Sourcery raised $5 million to help restaurants and food vendors deal with each other, and not lost receipts or invoices

Sourcery Technologies Inc. has raised $5 million in venture funding for software that helps restaurateurs and corporate kitchens order from vendors, keep track of their inventory and costs, and figure out the appropriate prices for different ingredients. Marker LLC led Sourcerys new round joined by Steadfast Venture Capital and the companys earlier backers including Palantir and others.
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Email finally wakes up to responsive design

Email is far older than the web; introduced in 1972, anyone whos ever tried designing for email can be forgiven for assuming that it hasnt had an update since. Its still routine for layout in email to be controlled with HTML tables, mention flexbox support to an email designer and watch them roll around laughing.
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Phononic raises $30 million to rethink refrigeration

A startup based in North Carolinas Research Triangle Park, Phononic, wants to make refrigeration and temperature controlfar more efficient, and steadier, than is possible with traditional systems. Instead of relying on vapor compressors, fans, chillers or passive heat sinks, Phononic makes semiconductors that are smaller than a dime, and actively remove heat from the places or devices where they are installed.
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Rex Animal Health is using genomics to keep livestock healthy

A startup called Rex Animal Health wants to protect livestock from illnesses that can quickly turn into epidemics, and help farmers breed animals with the healthiest and most attractive traits. Today at Disrupt SF, Rex unveiled technology to help veterinarians provide clinical support at the point on the farm, and predict the genetic causes of problematic traits in their herds, and in the diseases effecting them.
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