The Ben Franklin Technology Partners were awarded the International Economic Development Council�s highest honor for the organization�s technology-based economic development initiatives.
During �Ben Franklin Venture Idol,� three early-stage technology company entrepreneurs seeking funding, will present short pitches to a panel of investors and the audience
Scott Ungerer, founder of EnterTech Capital in 1996, has long known what the rest of us are just realizing: eventually we'll have to quit the hydrocarbon economy for something else.
Three rising Pittsburgh tech companies reeled in funding this month, Cohera Medical Inc., Clear Count Medical Solutions and Plextronics.
As Pennsylvania communities become increasingly engaged with development projects, they are beginning to grapple with the question of brownfield redevelopment--and are making their voices heard.
In funding news, Quantum Simulations, a developer of artificial intelligence tutoring, assessment and professional software, has received a $500,000 research grant from the National Science Foundation