Women ‘makers’ in Pittsburgh, scaling Indian agtech, digital skills in the UK, wearables for newborns, locals meet markets in Philadelphia

Women ‘makers’ in Pittsburgh, scaling Indian agtech, digital skills in the UK, wearables for newborns, locals meet markets in Philadelphia

  • Gatz's women-centered "makerspace,"  Prototype PGH , is the latest chapter in her six-year effort to broaden access to tech skills and opportunities in Pittsburgh.
  • Ninjacart  recently  raised  $89 million (6.3 billion rupees) from U.S.-based venture capital firm  Tiger Global .
  • A £1.5 million ($2 million) financing round was led by U.K. venture capital firms  Si2 Fund ,  Triplepoint  and  Ascension Ventures .
  • Neopenda's wearable device monitors a newborn's vital signs, including pulse rate, respiratory rate, blood oxygen saturation and temperature and alerts nurses and doctors if something is wrong.


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