RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK – Here’s a look back at startup-related headlines from June 27 to July 1.

Thom Ruhe: In the room where it happens

Inceptor Bio collaborating with U of Minnesota on new cancers therapies

W-S organization working on regenerative therapies for 40 organs, tissues

Duke awarded $27M federal grant to build structural models of HIV

Raleigh startup VitalFlo partners with Bangalore, India firm to monitor respiratory health, air quality

Behind this week’s $1.6B ‘bright’ deal with Brightly Software’s CEO Kevin Kemmerer

Durham startup Kevel buys Portuguese audience segmentation company, continues to hire

NYC producer of kelp yarns, AlgiKnit, moves HQ to Triangle – and just closed $13M Series A

Donald Thompson: 99% of your business relies on teamwork – here’s how to get it right

Applications for American Underground’s Google for Black Founders Exchange program close July 11

Months after closing on $20M fund, Durham’s Jurassic Capital appoints female associate to its team

Startups, if you want to build a great product, launch before it’s ready

Cary’s Brightly Software – formerly Dude Solutions – to be bought by Siemens for nearly $1.6B

Rao: Equality v. equity and leveling the playing field for minority-owned businesses

W-S biotech firm Plakous Therapeutics wins NC BIONEER Venture Challenge

Triangle Startup Guide adds market research resources for local startups