by Kyle Psaty
With so much happening on the Boston tech scene these days, there’s simply no way we could get all the interesting news ourselves. Here’s a quick recap of what we think are the biggest happenings in the news over the past week… Easy come, easy go.
Robert Buderi from Xconomy takes a look at a few smaller deals that have transpired recently to give you a more complete picture of financing in Boston.
Ryan McBride from Xconomy reports that local solar fuel startup Sun Catalytix, an MIT spinoff, recently received $1M in additional funding from Polaris, bringing their total budget to a reported $3M.
Xconomy’s Wade Roush sits down with State Energy Secretary Ian Bowles to talk about waste.
Ryan McBride from Xconomy shares details surrounding a new fund Harvard Business School is making available to its alums; winning entries will get $25K.
Brendan Lynch from Mass High Tech reports that the Marine Biology Laboratory in Woods Hole recently received $800K in funding for stem cell research and regenerative medicine.
Talk about the season for giving, Mass High Tech reports that upwards of 100 low-income Bostonians got some free computer support from over 40 volunteers on the Third Annual Boston Tech Day.
This wraps up our first-ever Media Maven Monday post. If there’s other local tech news that you found of specific interest last week, please feel free to share it in the comments.