March 16, 2011 source: VentureBeat GreenBeat
— “It’s a huge tragedy, but it’s only gonna give a tailwind to alternative energy technologies,” Myers said. “There will be more of a willingness to put capital to work in solar and wind.” —
An escalating crisis at nuclear power plants in Japan following a massive earthquake and tsunami has not changed the investing thesis about clean technology, according to a number of leading venture . . .
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January 13, 2011 source: VentureBeat and Bloomberg
Nat Goldhaber was recently quoted in news articles about Cleantech trends and the potential repercussions of impending budget cuts for California education.
Cleantech’s blockbuster $234 billion year: What’s next? VentureBeat
A good year for IPOs, possibly maybe — This is debatable, but at least one VC, Nat Goldhaber of Claremont Creek Ventures, has been banging the drum for IPOs ..
Brown’s . . .
→ Read full post: Nat Goldhaber comments on cleantech and effects of cuts in CA education funding
I enjoyed reading Regis Kelly’s insightful discussions about the state of academic research, and the September 14 blog post in Xconomy, The Social Contract of Science, was no exception. As the director of the California Institute for Quantitative Biosciences, the QB3 Institute, Regis enjoys a close and intimate perspective on academic research and its relation to the broader communities of government, business and society at large. I would like to broaden the conversation to . . .
→ Read full post: Digging Deep into the Relationship of Research and Healthcare Investing