Nutrinsic Corporation Announces Launch of Sustainable Protein Business

GLENDALE, CO--(Marketwired - July 18, 2014) - Nutrinsic Corporation (www.nutrinsic.com) has announced the launch of its sustainable protein business.   ProFloc™, a high quality protein ingredient for use in animal nutrition, is produced using patented technology that upcycles nutrients that are currently lost in food and beverage plant wastewater...

Single-Family Homes as Rentals

Lisa Prevost – The New York Times – July 17, 2014 – Bulk purchases of single-family homes by hedge funds and private-equity firms have been the focus of media attention over the last few years, but individual investors are also showing interest in the market, albeit with less vigor as home prices rise. HomeVestors, a network of real estate...

Boston University Names Entrepreneurial Scientist its Innovator of the Year

Lauren Landry - Associate Editor, BostInno – 07/16/14 @7:30am – Computer Science Professor Mark Crovella has been named Boston University's Innovator of the Year. The "entrepreneurial scientist" was awarded the Office of Technology Development's honor by Gloria Waters, BU's vice president and associate provost for research, at the annual...

REDWOOD CITY, Calif. – [July 7, 2014] - CardioDx, Inc., a molecular diagnostics company specializing in cardiovascular genomics, confirmed today that Aetna has established a clinical policy for the company’s Corus® CAD gene expression test. With this decision, the Corus CAD gene expression test is eligible for coverage among Aetna and Coventry...

Is Silicon Valley Funding the Wrong Stuff?

Christopher Mims -- Wall Street Journal - July 6, 2014 -- Social networks that allow you to send only the message "Yo" to your contacts. Food-delivery services valued at $400 million. Startups that deliver rolls of quarters to your home (just $27 for $20 in change!). It isn't hard, looking at a lineup like this, to conclude that Silicon Valley has...

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