The St. Louis-based company was founded on technology licensed through the Office of Technology Management at Washington University in St. Louis.
WashU’s Institute for School Partnership worked to ensure St. Louis children continued to learn during the COVID-19 crisis.
The device leverages brain-computer interface (BCI) technology developed at WashU.
Glenn MacDonald recognized an opportunity for experiential learning while helping local small businesses.
Easing the burden of COVID-19 on a vulnerable group
Offered through the NSF, the programs support innovators seeking to bring their ideas to market.
It marks one of the largest funding rounds for a St. Louis startup in 2020.
The innovation district continues to move forward its vision for the future.
Forbes highlighted St. Louis’ Cortex Innovation Community as a key catalyst for the region’s entrepreneurial renaissance