Rock Weekly: Like the letter of a jilted lover
Over turkey dinners last week, the conversation turned to genomics and the tech surge. There was no shortage of opinions on the FDA’s letter to 23andMe (“It reads like the letter of a jilted lover,” said Duke professor Misha Angrist, while Matthew Herper penned the harshly titled “23andStupid?“), amid claims that the FDA had not heard from the company since May.
Not everyone took Thanksgiving off, as developers for Healthcare.gov worked over the holiday to meet the November 30th promise that the site would be functional for the majority of users. Yesterday, the Obama administration said that they met their deadline for significant improvements to the site and that it was “night and day from where it was on October 1st.”
|Catalyze.io||$2M||Baird Capital, Arthur Ventures, Chicago Ventures||SEC|
|Rest Devices||$1.3M||Experiment Fund and angels||Wall Street Journal|
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