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Cradle Of Aviation Museum Celebrates 50th Anniversary Of Moon Landing With ‘Moon Fest’
NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – On July 20th, 1969, millions tuned in to watch the historic moment Neil Armstrong took the first steps on the moon. Now, 50 years later, celebrations are happening across ...

‘The Cradle of Astronauts’: How Indiana Helped Get Us to the Moon
It’s easy to forget just how quickly America’s space program – pardon me – got off the ground. The U.S. sent people to the moon less than 66 years after the Wright Brothers first flew at ...

Prenatal Testing Firm Cradle Genomics Debuts With $17M, Illumina Ties
Another company headed by former Illumina executives has launched, fueled with a $17 million Series A round from investors including a local venture capital firm. The new firm, Cradle Genomics, is ...

With Illumina and Google ties, San Diego startup Cradle Genomics gets $17M
A San Diego startup founded by ex-Illumina executives just got $17 million from a group of prestigious investors to develop a newer — and more comprehensive — prenatal testing technology. The ...

'Cradle' deserves to be seen
Teens are complicated. Sometimes they make wrong choices. Sometimes they have sex with the wrong people. And, sometimes, they wind up making babies. That's the essence of "Cradle," a complex, locally ...

Cradle Genomics Announces $17 Million Series A, Co-Led by Illumina Ventures and Section 32
SAN DIEGO, July 16, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- Cradle Genomics, inventors of a novel prenatal testing methodology, today announced the close of a highly successful Series A funding round of $17.1 million ...

Cradle Genomics Raises $17M in Series A Funding
Cradle Genomics, a San Diego, CA-based creator of a novel prenatal testing methodology, closed a $17.1m Series A funding. The round was led by Illumina Ventures and Section 32 with participation from ...

Taking flight from an automotive cradle
DETROIT — Weeds grow from cracks on the tarmac. Runways sit empty for hours. The last commercial passengers departed two decades ago. Coleman A. Young Airport, better known as Detroit City Airport, ...

$15 million early childhood center planned for ‘cradle-to-career' campus at Marygrove
New 28,000-square-foot development to break ground next year Center expected to open to kids 5 and younger in fall 2021 Inaugural ninth grade class to start in new high school this September The new ...

Research Finds Most People Cradle Babies On The Left
BOSTON (CBS) — Have you ever noticed how you hold a baby? Turns out over two thirds of people overall and up to three quarters of women prefer to cradle a baby in their left arm. German ...

Mobility startup takes flight from Detroit automotive cradle
Airspace Experience Technologies based at Detroit City Airport Mobi-One, an electric vertical takeoff-and-landing aircraft, capable of carrying cargo and passengers Full-scale prototype should be ...

HealthWatch: Exercise May Decrease Risk For Alzheimers; People Prefer To Cradle Baby In Left Hand
A study suggests that exercise may decrease people's risk for Alzheimers disease, and research found that both men and women prefer holding babies in their left hand. WBZ's Dr. Mallika Marshall ...