A version of this article was originally published February 21, 2011 in The Health Care Blog Follow comments on the original blog post mHealth – otherwise known as mobile healthcare – sounds like just what the doctor ordered to help make healthcare delivery cheaper and more effective. And since the Internet today essentially resides in […]Read More
February 16, 2011 source: VatorNews Win a meeting with the US Secretary of Energy…plus a meeting with Kleiner Perkins, Claremont Creek Ventures, and other top VCs Are you a cleantech startup? Would you want, or know a cleantech startup that might want, an opportunity to meet the United States Secretary of Energy? If so, read […]Read More
February 16, 2011 source: peHUB Remember the Internet’s last mile dilemma? The smart grid may have its own a last mile difficulties. High costs and immature technologies could leave consumers short of power and utilities with few options to deliver it. Both dilemmas will restrict the nation’s ability to manage power in an age of […]Read More
February 10, 2011 source: greentechmedia A conversation with Nat Goldhaber How does a startup get into batteries? The first wave tried to produce their own battery cells. While some, such as A123 Systems and Boston-Power, have managed to build factories, it’s taken hundreds of millions of dollars to pull off, and most of the others […]Read More
When I was in high school back in the 70’s, I remember my favorite physics teacher telling me about the difference between data and information. Data was raw, unprocessed and unlinked to any meaning. Information was what data became when it was linked to meaning. This was an important distinction that has even greater meaning […]Read More
February 1, 2011 source: Techcrunch GreenTech A company that makes systems to turn heat-waste into electricity, Alphabet Energy, has officially moved its technology out of the lab and into pilot production, the company announced today. A director at Claremont Creek Ventures, Paul Straub, said of Alphabet Energy: “They’re going after a huge problem. […]Read More
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