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Maryland News


    • Maryland Commerce accepting applications for cybersecurity investment incentive tax credit
      The Maryland Department of Commerce is now accepting applications for the Cybersecurity Investment Incentive Tax Credit, designed to attract investment in Maryland cybersecurity companies. The cybersecurity tax credit program, which originally provided a tax credit to companies receiving the investment, was revised through legislation passed during the 2018 Maryland General Assembly session.



Startup News

    • Sisu Global Health raises $1.2 million, launches Hemafuse sales
      Sisu Global Health announced $1.2 million in funding as the Remington–based medical device startup launches sales of its first product in Africa. The convertible note round included existing investors Baltimore-based Camden Partners, Belle Michigan and AOL cofounder Steve Case’s Revolution, which invested through its Rise of the Rest Seed Fund.






    • Meet the People Empowering Baltimore Teens With Dirt Bikes, Burgers, and Yoga
      For her segment of the Medicine Show, Brittany Young brought out two kids on dirt bikes to help the audience visualize the concept of her program, B-360. Young started developing the idea of using the Baltimore’s prominent dirt bike culture to teach kids about STEM in 2016. A “city schoolkid,” much like the children she works with, Young said she knows what it’s like to feel unheard and have undeveloped talent. The 29-year-old said she got in trouble a lot as a kid, until she was gifted a chemistry kit and discovered her love of science.


    • Proscia Closes $8.3M Series A Round of Financing
      Proscia, the pioneer in the development and advancement of digital pathology, has closed an $8.3 million round of Series A financing from a group of East and West Coast venture capital firms. The funding was led by Boston-based Flybridge Capital Partners and included Emerald Development Managers, Fusion Fund, Razor’s Edge Ventures, and RobinHood Ventures.




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