Posts by Asma Stewart

  1. Angel Eye View: Ellen Chang Profile

    Angel Investors share a few, core characteristics. They’re visionary, they take risks, and they are willing to share their process with those who are just starting out. We are kicking off a series of profiles featuring leading science and technology angels to help new angels hear about how successful angels approach investing in breakthrough startups….

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  2. Comet Labs: Bringing Artificial Intelligence to an Industry Near You

    In HBO’s latest hit, Westworld, the creators push the boundaries of what can be accomplished through artificial intelligence. Humanoid robots (or “Hosts”) interact with guests in a decadent theme park where anything goes and rules don’t apply. But while the world of robots escorting us through the Wild West may seem like a dizzy daydream,…

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  3. Have A Moonshot Idea? The NSF is the investor for you!

    From sending a man to the moon to putting a portable computer in everyone’s pocket, today’s technological and scientific renaissance is the product of great innovators — people who push boundaries and test the limits of science and technology as we know it. But the brightest minds must first be given the opportunity to experiment…

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  4. A Hundred Ideas Coming Together: Saul Griffith’s Otherlab

    Imagine if you could engineer a better world. One in which energy technology is cheaper and cleaner. One in which manufacturing is timely and efficient. And one in which we encourage future generations to build the solutions of tomorrow. Some may call such a world idealistic. And to those people, Saul Griffith would likely say…

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  5. Propel(x) Syndicates Make Investing Even Easier

    Today marks a great milestone at Propel(x) with the introduction of Propel(x) Syndicates. Propel(x) Syndicates make it easier for angel investors to invest in a broad range of startups by lowering the minimum investment required on our platform from $25,000 to $3,000. Propel(x) Syndicates, also known as LLCs, remove the need for an individual to…

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