RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK – In case you missed them, here’s our regular week-in-review of startup-focused headlines from TechWire between May 23-27:

Durham startup biospatial closes $3.4 million including funding from local investors

A virtuous cycle: Confidence adds to happiness, and happiness adds to confidence!

Triangle startup aims to use $35M in new funding to strengthen global food supply chain

Nash County set for economic expansion as Raleigh-based SinnovaTek buys, builds facility – with others on the way

Raleigh education platform Security Journey bought by HackEDU

VentureSouth ramps up operations in the Triangle, appoints director

Greensboro’s Little Light Series wins at Launch Greensboro Demo Day, advances to future pitch contest

With $2.2M in funding, CureMint set to triple in size, increase hiring, add fintech component

Triangle startup RepVue closes $5M round, including investment from Triangle Tweener Fund

Morrisville life science firm TARGAN raises $35M Series C financing ahead of ‘full commercialization’

Exec advice: 3 leadership cheat codes to improve your impact immediately

Looking to start a business in the US? Here are steps to follow

Wait for the exit or jump ship? Here’s what you need to ask yourself

‘We will double in population’ so what must Triangle do? Research Triangle Foundation CEO says …

Demand for talent, space, in the Triangle – focus of Tuesday’s WRAL TechWire LinkedIn Live

Startup Spotlight: ‘Tech transfer’ from Triangle universities could be much better – here’s how

Triangle Startup Guide highlights growing list of region’s accelerator programs