SPRING SPECIAL

Craig Bamford

Craig Bamford
Craig is a graduate of Carleton's Norman Paterson School of International Affairs, focused on conflict studies. Naturally, this means he writes on the Internet about gaming, tech, and speculative fiction. He lives in Toronto.

Questions Raised After Bankruptcy of CDL Graduate PTScientists

CDL Insights chat with Chris Hadfield, Firouz M. Naderi, Anousheh Ansari and Dante Lauretta

This past summer SpaceQ wrote about the successful graduates of the first cohort for the Creative Destruction Lab's (CDL) new Space Stream. While some companies were more satisfied with the process than others, all the companies interviewed believed that they were better off for the CDL process, and that the process had helped make them business-ready. This page is for subscribers only. Already a subscriber? …

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CDL Space Stream Makes the Grade, but There is Room for Improvement

Richard Lachance and Yotam Ariel (left) of Bluefield Technologies discuss their business with Chris Hadfield (right)

A few weeks ago the Creative Destruction Lab’s (CDL) inaugural space stream had their first “super session”, where teams that had successfully made it through the competitive CDL process presented their technologies, people, and business model to the entire CDL business network, including Fellows, Associates, venture capitalists, scientists, and many others.  This page is for subscribers only. Already a subscriber? Log in. Fact-driven space news, …

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Blockchain and Space – Part 1

Cryptocurrency is a controversial but intriguing topic for many people right now. Watching the rise, fall, and potential recovery of Bitcoin and the “altcoins” has certainly been engaging, but many observers may be forgiven for dismissing “crypto” as a fad.

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