San Diego-based Bloom Science, which emerged May 24, is drawing upon gut bacteria to develop medicines.
Carlsbad-based FMT Consultants announces acquisition.
Of 180 startups, 30 make the 2018 cut.
Lisette Polny, an Encinitas-based jewelry designer who owns the company Zofia Day, was tapped by Meghan Markle to create a custom-designed keepsake for the royal wedding bridal party.
This is the first of its cafés in North San Diego County, and the first location opened under the leadership of Jeff Taylor of PT’s Coffee Roasting Co., which acquired the specialty coffee retailer last year.
PROPERTY: Tools Help Gauge Interest, Seriousness
Back in 1999 when Real Capital Markets got started, there wasn’t much to the company.
The final piece to a 2.1 million square-foot Murphy Development Co. business park in Otay Mesa is falling into place with construction of a 79,050 square-foot building at 8500 Kerns St.
Items of interest about people in 2018 The San Diego 500, The Book of Influential Business Leaders:
David Hale, one of San Diego’s most prominent life science leaders, has announced the completion of a $60 million Series A financing for Neurana Pharmaceuticals Inc.
San Diego biotech Evofem Biosciences, which focuses on women’s sexual and reproductive health, announced a public stock offering on May 22.
Swinerton Builders announces opening of new Terminal Two Parking Plaza.
Leasing activity by life science companies finished strong in several San Diego submarkets for the first quarter of 2018, led by small- and midsize companies expanding or relocating to San Diego, according to a report from the commercial brokerage firm JLL.
PRODUCTION: Co. to Pursue System Solutions, Teams With SDG&E
It seems San Diego-based Maxwell Technologies Inc., which develops and manufactures ultracapacitor-based energy storage and power delivery solutions, has both hands on the wheel when it comes to providing that technology to the automotive industry.
Every day, millions of Californians go to pharmacies to get their prescriptions filled. It’s part of their routine, wedged between a trip to the dry cleaners and dropping off the kids at soccer practice.
The first open fare payment system in that country allows passengers to pay for travel using contactless credit cards and mobile wallets.