NYC Startup Late Night Labs Raises $1.1 Million From Angels, Including Former Chancellor Harold Levy
The former chancellor of New York City’s public school system, Harold Levy, is now an early stage venture capital investor. Today Late Night Labs, an online education startup, announced it was raising $1.1 million from a group of angel investors including Mr. Levy.
Late Night Labs offers a virtual laboratory where students can conduct chemistry and biology experiments. At a time when schools around the country are being forced to make tough budget decisions, it provides a useful replacement for expensive “wet” labs that rely on real chemicals. Plus, there is way less chance one of the teachers will go rogue and start dealing meth. Read More