RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK – Here’s a recap of headlines about entrepreneurial companies published Nov. 30-Dec. 3 at WRAL TechWire:

With technology first designed for NASA, Durham-based Induction Food Systems wins slot in accelerator

Durham, Raleigh appear in top 7 rankings nationally in new ‘Tech Innovation Index’

Startup spotlight: Opus Genetics, with $19M, works to advance cures for blinding retinal diseases

Reveal Mobile raises more than $591K in debt financing

Honeywell completes business combination, now majority owner of Quantinuum, a quantum computing company

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Greensboro biotech firm Novalent cleans up with $11M in equity funding from 712 investors

Raleigh IT solutions company DynPro buys Cloudalyze Solutions to strengthen end-to-end capabilities

RTP’s Verinetics awarded $1.5M contract to expand access to medications to treat opioid use disorder

Durham’s Target RWE hires new company president, Derek Evans

Keep your enemies close: Why startups should cozy up to the competition

Triangle Startup Guide adds upcoming innovation competition for NC State students