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Aircraft startup Wright Electric wants to use electric planes for flights in the Middle East

Electric aircraft startup Wright Electric aims to carry passengers on battery-powered flights within the next 20 years. Now, business travelers in the Middle East may soon be able to partake in the company's aggressive flight plans. Flight support
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No girl's period should force her to miss school, and this startup is making sure of that

Growing up as a young girl in Nigeria, Folasade Bamisaye didn't have access to sanitary pads or tampons. She would cut off parts of her foam mattress, or use scraps of clothing—sometimes even parts of her school uniform.  Bamisaye's lack
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Nearly $1 Billion Was Invested In Space Startups In 1Q2018, New Report Says

According to venture capital firm Space Angels, nearly $1 billion was invested into space startups in the first quarter of 2018, led by a $500 million as yet unannounced investment round into SpaceX.
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The 2018 Midas List Shows Off The Growing Power Of Chinese Startups

This year's Midas List includes 15 venture capitalists from China - and a lot of investment in Chinese tech.
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Programmatic is transparent, but post-delivery: Vertoz CEO Ashish Shah

 Start-ups take faster to programmatic than regular consumer product firms, Ashish Shah tells Vanita Kohli-KhandekarIs programmatic useful from a brand building perspective?If you have to buy space in Business Standard or Times of India for 30
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In the farms of the future, tractors will no longer require human drivers

California-based startup Bear Flag Robotics is developing an automation kit that turns regular tractors into driverless vehicles. Read more...More about Mashable Video, Silicon Valley, Autonomous Vehicles, Driverless, and Kit
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This Weather Startup Provides Hyperlocal Data To Customers Like Monsanto

Weather startup Understory will be working with Monsanto to provide hyperlocal weather data for corn fields in Argentina.
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Sam Altman just paid a startup $10,000 to one day kill him — and preserve his brain

Dying is for plebes.  Paying a startup to euthanize you so that it can one day, maybe, bring back a digital copy of your mind? Now that's for tech kingmakers like Sam Altman.  SEE ALSO: Y Combinator's Sam Altman wishes San Francisco was

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