We are stoked about our newest portfolio company Building Robotics who closed a seed round today at $1.14M. Google Ventures plus many others invested with Claremont Creek Ventures, but we were the lead investor. The company had a ton of press for the announcement which you can see here: Congratulations Building Robotics !Read More
Our portfolio company NuMedii just announced a groundbreaking collaboration with Thomson Reuters, the world’s leading information provider for businesses. The Thomson Reuters Science division has quietly been aggregating an enormous database of biological, clinical, and pharmacological information over the past few years. As a biotech startup, NuMedii is focused on revolutionizing drug discovery by reducing […]Read More
It’s very cool that our portfolio company ShotSpotter was just profiled in the Washington Post (ShotSpotter detection system documents 39,000 shooting incidents in the District). In Washington DC, ShotSpotter has 300 acoustic sensors across 20 square miles of the city, covering mainly the Southeast and Northeast of the District. ShotSpotter is a unique gunfire surveillance […]Read More
Our portfolio company Assurex Health, announced recently the publication of a groundbreaking analysis of pharmacogenomic data in the International Review of Psychiatry. The publication strongly validates the premise that the clinical use of genomic testing to help predict patient response to psychiatric medications significantly improves treatment outcomes. This is a key milestone in the continuing […]Read More
Our portfolio company Genalyte just announced the award of a government grant from the National Cancer Institute for the development of a diagnostic system using Genalyte’s proprietary biomarker technology (see Genalyte Expands into Cancer Profiling with $1 Million NCI Grant to Develop Cancer Biomarker Panel). This project is a significant validation of the company’s capability […]Read More
Big Data Guru and Stanford Medical School Professor Atul Butte, co-founder of Numedii had his work recently profiled in the journal SCIENCE. As the article claims, the explosion of publicly available databases housing sequences, structures, and images allows life scientists to make fundamental discoveries without ever getting their hands “wet” at the lab bench. Science Journal calls […]Read More
Claremont Creek Ventures was founded in 2005 by Nat Goldhaber, John Steuart and Randy Hawks to pursue early stage investing in exceptional technology startups.