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Board Vitals joins NYU's Varick Street incubator as first company approved under NYU's START-UP NY tax-free zoneSubmitted by admin on May 8, 2015 - 1:04pm
Board Vitals, an online medical education company, has joined NYU's Varick Street incubator as the first company under the university's state-approved START-UP NY tax-free zone, according to a news release by NYU's Polytechnic School of Engineering. NYU's approved START-UP NY zone includes space in all three incubators.
Submitted by admin on May 8, 2015 - 12:51pm
Submitted by admin on May 8, 2015 - 12:44pm
The Zahn Innovation Center announced winners of the four cash prizes awarded annually to startups that were planned by students, alumni, faculty, and staff in the City College community, and that were incubated with seed funding at the Zahn Center:
- The $50,000 Kaylie Hardware Prize went to VivoZ Biolabs LLC, aiming to help oncologists with better decisions on cancer treatments;
- The $30,000 Zahn Social Innovation Prize went to HAST, an app to help families stay connected on healthier lifestyle goals;
- The $30,000 Zahn Entrepreneurship Prize went to Build on the Go, a mobile app to manage construction projects; and
- The $30,000 Standard Chartered Women's Entrepreneurs' Prize went to Cubbies, developing bamboo cloth diapers.
For more, including the audience choice awards, please see the Zahn Center announcement.
Submitted by admin on April 28, 2015 - 11:26am
Clarifai, an image-recognition startup at the Varick Street incubator of NYU's Polytechnic School of Engineering, raised a $10 million A round of venture capital and graduated to commecial space, according to coverage in Crain's New York Business. The milestone raises to $721 million the total valuation of the incubator program's 50 graduates, according to NYU vice dean Kurt Becker, quoted in the Crain's article.