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Science (company)

A venture capital firm in California that focuses on solving the everyday problems of modern living

Science is a venture capital firm in California that focuses on solving the everyday problems of modern living. Founded 2011 in Santa Monica, California, United States by Greg Gilman, Mike Jones, Mike Macadaan, Peter Pham, and Tom Dare, it invests in early stage ventures, seed, series A, series D, and series C rounds. Its portfolio companies include Liquid Death, Acre, Scopely, PlayVS, and Gallant Pet. As of February 2020, Science has made 43 investments. Their most recent investment was on February 20, 2020, when Liquid Death raised $9M. Science has had eight exits, the most notable of which include Dollar Shave Club, Pillow, and DogVacay. Science has raised four funds, their latest being Science Ventures Fund III.

Timeline

2011
Founded

People

Name
Role
LinkedIn

Aubrey Johnson

Employee

Brad Holden

Investor

Bryan Chang

Employee

Christian Hernandez

Investor

Connor Smith

Employee

Dave Fink

Founder

David Szekely

Investor

David Travers

Investor

Dennis Phelps

Investor

Eric Manlunas

Investor

Eric Martineau-Fortin

Investor

Gregory Gilman

Founder

James Hunvanich

Employee

Jason Rapp

Founder

John Henderson

Investor

Kartik Mandaville

Employee

Matt Coffin

Investor

Michael Jones

Employee

Michael Jones

Founder

Mike Macadaan

Founder

Nate Redmond

Investor

Peter Lee

Investor

Peter Pham

Founder

Peter Sellis

Employee

Tom Dare

Employee

Further reading

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Gallant Pet

Kyoku

Linear Labs

Liquid Death

Liquid Death

PlayVS

Pop

RealBlocks

Toonstar

News

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Emily Willingham
June 14, 2021
Scientific American
Scientific American is the essential guide to the most awe-inspiring advances in science and technology, explaining how they change our understanding of the world and shape our lives.
ESSCA School of Management
June 14, 2021
www.prnewswire.com:443
/PRNewswire/ -- À l'ESSCA, nous nous engageons à révéler et développer les talents de tous horizons. Diverses bourses d'études au mérite sont accessibles aux...
Science X staff
June 10, 2021
phys.org
An exploratory investigation into the behavior of materials with desirable electric properties has resulted in the discovery of a structural phase of two-dimensional (2D) materials. The new family of materials are electrides, wherein electrons occupy a space usually reserved for atoms or ions instead of orbiting the nucleus of an atom or ion. The stable, low-energy, tunable materials could have potential applications in nanotechnologies.
June 10, 2021
WebWire
Tyson Foods (NYSE: TSN), a leading global protein company, announced its ambition to achieve net-zero greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions across its global operations and supply chain by 2050, including scopes 1, 2 and 3. As the first U.S.-based protein company to have an emissions reduction target approved by the Science Based Targets initiative (SBTi), this ambition, in conjunction with the release of the company's fiscal year 2020 (FY20) Sustainability Progress Report, underscores the compa...
June 9, 2021
The Economic Times
According to State media, China has built new plant for IMBCAMS COVID-19 vaccine to multiply the production and develop upto 1 billion shots of one of the seven approved vaccines for use in China. China has aimed to vaccinate 40% of its population by the end of June.
June 8, 2021
New Scientist
The moon may seem little more than a boring piece of rock, barely worth keeping. But it may be the reason for our existence. Join Sam as he explores Earth's shiny sidekick
Leah Crane
June 8, 2021
New Scientist
Gravitational wave observatories have spotted black holes that were too massive to be explained by our best models, and they may have formed from weird stars in the early universe
Adam Vaughan
June 8, 2021
New Scientist
Devi Sridhar has been a constant voice in the ear of governments throughout the pandemic. She tells Adam Vaughan why scientists aren't to blame for lockdowns and why we must not become complacent about the virus's toll
Matthew Sparkes
June 8, 2021
New Scientist
Apple has announced a number of measures to protect the privacy of its users, which could hit advertising-supported online services hard and spark a game of "whack-a-mole" as marketers attempt to subvert them
Science X staff
June 8, 2021
phys.org
Metal halide perovskites have been under intense investigation over the last decade due to the remarkable rise in their performance in optoelectronic devices such as solar cells or light-emitting diodes. Despite tremendous progress in this field, many fundamental aspects of the photophysics of perovskite materials remain unknown, such as a detailed understanding of their defect physics and charge recombination mechanisms. These are typically studied by measuring the photoluminescence--i.e., the emission of light upon photoexcitation--of the material in both the steady-state and transient regimes. While such measurements are ubiquitous in literature, they do not capture the full range of the photophysical processes that occur in metal halide perovskites and thus represent only a partial picture of their charge carrier dynamics. Moreover, while several theories are commonly applied to interpret these results, their validity and limitations have not been explored, raising concerns regarding the insights they offer.
EOG Resources, Inc.
June 7, 2021
www.prnewswire.com:443
/PRNewswire/ -- EOG Resources, Inc. (EOG) today announced that Ezra Y. Yacob will become EOG's Chief Executive Officer and join the Board of Directors, and...
June 7, 2021
News-Medical.net
Although extensive studies have been carried out on severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) infection and evidence exists that pregnant women are at elevated risk of severe COVID-19, the impact of maternal infection on the fetus is not clear. The majority of pregnant women infected with SARS-CoV-2 are asymptomatic or experience mild symptoms.
Katherine Kornei
June 3, 2021
www.nytimes.com
Analysis of the fossil record shows a mysterious mass extinction that decimated the diversity of sharks in the world's oceans, and they've never fully recovered.
SETH BORENSTEIN AP Science Writer
June 3, 2021
ABC News
The new White House science adviser hopes that for the next pandemic, a vaccine will be ready in 100 days
By SETH BORENSTEIN, AP Science Writer
June 2, 2021
Chron
The new White House science adviser wants to have a vaccine ready to fight the next...
By SETH BORENSTEIN, AP Science Writer
June 3, 2021
Chron
The new White House science adviser wants to have a vaccine ready to fight the next...
By SETH BORENSTEIN
June 3, 2021
AP NEWS
The new White House science adviser wants to have a vaccine ready to fight the next pandemic in just about 100 days after recognizing a potential viral outbreak.
Haixin Dang & Liam Kofi Bright
June 2, 2021
Nautilus
The science you can come across today can often appear to be full of contradictory claims. One study tells you red wine is good for...By Haixin Dang & Liam Kofi Bright
By SETH BORENSTEIN
June 2, 2021
AP NEWS
The new White House science adviser wants to have a vaccine ready to fight the next pandemic in just about 100 days after recognizing a potential viral outbreak.
SETH BORENSTEIN AP Science Writer
June 2, 2021
ABC News
The new White House science adviser hopes that for the next pandemic, a vaccine will be ready in 100 days
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