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Mattermark Daily – Tuesday, June 24th

From the Investors

Adam Goulburn of Lux Capital, who spent seven years as a PhD student and postdoc working with stem cells, sees massive potential in five areas of life sciences in “Hacking Away at the Frontiers of Human Biology

Tomasz Tunguz of Redpoint Ventures uncovers the latency effects of Seed to Series A investments and identifies investment trends by sector in “The Hottest Startup SectorsSeed/Series A Sector Latency Trends

Philippe Botteri of Accel Partners explores the regional development of European startup culture in “All Eyes on Europe: A Look Into Innovation, Fragmentation, and the Sharing Economy

Mackey Craven of OpenView Venture Partners wants you to address comprehensive threats, create a product roadmap, and build a dang appendix in “Three Surefire Ways to Supercharge Your VC Pitch

Michael Copeland of Andreessen Horowitz instructs startups to get guide dogs in order to navigate the hurdles and red tape of a very big customer in “How Government Drives Innovation: A Conversation with Former Deputy Secretary of Defense Ashton Carter

Chris DeVore of Founders Co-Op analogizes startup valuations to price tags on t-shirts in “The Valuation Stack

From the Operators

Craig Newmark of Craigslist nominates a few female leaders in tech in “Seven Brilliant Women in Tech

Ken Seto of Massive Damage pens a list of practical things you can do as a CEO to reduce the stress on your team in “Startup Stress Isn’t Just for Founders

Steli Efti of Close.io thinks visiting customers is a little like eating healthy or exercising — everyone knows they should do it, but very few people actually do — in “Why Startups Need to Visit Their Customers

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