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Cambridge, MA and San Francisco, CA (Apr. 25, 2017) — Elemental Machines today announced that CEO Sridhar Iyengar, PhD, will present at Webit Festival Europe, a leading series of events that gathers the world’s top enterprise leaders, Europe’s top policy makers and the hottest startups and founders.

Taking place Apr. 25-26 in Sofia, Bulgaria, Webit brings together more than 250 speakers from more than 80 countries to examine business opportunities at global scale with a goal of further igniting the growth of local ecosystems and creating a platform for dialogue between policy makers, enterprise and entrepreneurs.

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Transformative Platform Already Delivering Benefits in Applications from Research to Manufacturing

Cambridge, MA and San Francisco, CA (Oct. 5, 2016) — Elemental Machines today announced the commercial availability of its flagship solution, the Elemental Machines Sensory Network™. Designed to monitor and improve complex processes in scientific research, development and manufacturing environments, the system gathers and synthesizes data about otherwise invisible environmental factors into actionable information, saving customers significant amounts of time and money.

Comprising intelligent, wireless sensor devices and dashboard software, the Elemental Machines Sensory Network measures critical equipment performance, as well as ambient factors (temperature, humidity, air pressure and light), providing data-driven insights that increase experimental and process repeatability, as well as manufacturing outcomes.

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Initial Investments from FF Angel, Max Levchin, Project 11 Ventures, 2M Companies and Rock Health

Cambridge, MA, February 3, 2016 – Elemental Machines, provider of intelligent technology for the smart lab, today introduced a new suite of products to help scientists accelerate time to discovery by improving experimental reproducibility, one of the top challenges in research. The company has raised $2.5 million in seed financing from leading venture capital firms and investors, including FF Angel, Max Levchin, Project 11 Ventures, 2M Companies (family office of Morton H. Meyerson), and Rock Health.

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Hat Tip to IndieBio’s Ambitious Approach to Big Problems

One of the best parts about building a company is the opportunity to work with other people building things. There’s an instant community of understanding when you meet a peer focused on solving a big, serious problem. This connection is one of the greatest pleasures in the life of an entrepreneur.

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