Friday, July 30, 2010

Robin Hood Ventures, other companies move in at University City Science Center

"The University City Science Center said Thursday that Robin Hood Ventures, a Wayne, Pa.-based group of the individual investors known as angels, has opened an office in its Port business incubator.

Robin Hood focuses on investing in early-stage companies located in the mid-Atlantic region and has invested $11 million in 30 companies since it was founded in 1999.

The Science Center, a nonprofit that runs a research park in Philadelphia’s University City section, also said it has added three other tenants:

• Biologistics Consulting, a consultant to life-sciences companies that has an office in Liege, Belgium, and has joined the Science Center’s Global Soft Landing program, which helps foreign life-sciences and information-technology companies get established in the area;

• DMX, a provider of bioreagents, which are biological substances that cause reactions in systems to which they are added;

• Nuvon Inc., a San Francisco company whose hardware and software enables access to point-of-care medical devices and patient-care data regardless of where they are located."

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