The challenge’s facilitators anticipate investing more than a quarter million dollars in this cycle’s winners.
A student-led team at Washington University in St. Louis has designed an app to streamline diagnoses of Alzheimer’s disease.
During the past fiscal year, the Washington University in St. Louis Office of Technology Management (OTM) reported a number of record figures as a result of the innovative technologies developed by university faculty. In fiscal year 2017, which concluded June 30, OTM…
Mike Keymer’s, BS ’98, current venture, Origent Data Sciences, provides cutting-edge clinical research.
Project Starfish is developing a biomedical device to reduce catheter-associated urinary tract infections.
Five WashU teams win LEAP Inventor Challenge funding and mentorship for their early stage research to help propel innovations to market.
Nancy Tye-Murray has developed clEAR (customized learning: Exercises for Aural Rehabilitation) – a software that helps patients improve speech recognition.
Individuals or teams with business ideas related to some aspect of bio-entrepreneurship are encouraged to apply. Ideas at all stages are welcome.
Biotech startup Affigen announced the closing of a $17 million Series A financing round led by Black Beret Life Sciences.