Avisa Pharma detects and monitors pulmonary infections

Docturnal detects tuberculosis in a non-invasive way

Thirty Madison: rebuilding the healthcare experience for consumers

Joylux: empowering women to live their best lives

Joylux, a Seattle-based company, creates innovative health solutions targeting the enormous, but underserved female intimate care market. Joylux provides customers with LED-focused medical devices that are transforming women's pelvic floor health. Available exclusively in international markets outside of the U.S., vSculpt is the world's first home-use vaginal rejuvenation device using light-energy, gentle heat and sonic technology to treat the vaginal tissue and pelvic floor muscles. vSculpt is cleared as a Class II OTC Medical Device for the treatment of incontinence, vaginal dryness and pelvic pain in Canada, Europe, Australia and other parts of the world.


A new way to identify clinically meaningful changes in the DNA of cancer tumors

TOMA Biosciences, Inc. is a genomics company that provides physicians information to optimize treatment for cancer (lat. Carcinoma) patients. TOMA’s proprietary sequencing solution turns the latest next generation sequencing (NGS) technology into a powerful digital tool to detect the most clinically meaningful changes in a patient’s tumor DNA. Physicians use this important data to optimize treatment for their patients. TOMA is a commercial stage private venture baked company headquartered in Foster City, California.  TOMA has commercially launched TOMA OS-SeqTM Cancer Assay to help laboratories and researchers uncover clinically meaningful genomic changes in tumors, including many missed by other methods.


Ro: Changing lives by changing healthcare

Roman, a telehealth spinoff that sells erectile dysfunction pills online, has raised $88 million to tackle another common health problem: smoking. It was founded in 2017 by CEO Zachariah Reitano, Saman Rahmanian and Rob Schutz. It raised $3 million in 2017 to sell erectile dysfunction medication over the internet. At Ro, doctors, pharmacists and engineers are working together to reinvent the way the healthcare system works. By tearing down the walls and bringing providers and patients together in one place, the researchers at Ro are making it easier and more affordable for millions of people to get personalized treatment, get healthy and get back to living the lives they dream about.


aiTriage: a prediction for Major Adverse Cardiac Event

eero replaces router and covers whole home with a fast, reliable WiFi

Rivian Automotive: The world’s first Electric Adventure Vehicles

Relign: medical instruments for tissue removal during arthroscopic surgery

RELIGN is a startup company in the heart of Silicon Valley dedicated to innovation in arthroscopy and providing surgeons with the best-in-class product for more efficient outcomes. They are trailblazers in the field of arthroscopy and committed to the radical evolution of resection technology. Leveraging our years of experience, progressive research and development, and surgeon feedback, RELIGN launched the Tricera™ System. Tricera is a revolutionary, advanced system that combines ablation/coagulation, tissue resection, bone cutting, and fluid management into one unique system. RELIGN continues to put a strong emphasis on research and development to work towards providing quality, effective solutions for surgeons to further advance arthroscopic surgery.


GlakoLens provides a non-invasive continuous IOP monitoring

GlakoLens is a medical devices company developing innovative biosensors based on proprietary technology, first of which is a non-invasive continuous intra-ocular pressure (IOP) monitoring device. The company’s strategy is to focus on introducing a single, state-of-the-art product at a time. GlakoLens was co-founded as a technological spinoff from the Boğaziçi University (BosphorusUni) in 2017 by three distinguished academicians conducting research on biosensors, integrated circuits, MEMS and electro-optical systems. They have been working together for more than a decade and have successfully completed several international collaborative R&D projects.


Automatic toothbrush robot to keep your teeth fresh n’ clean

Brushing teeth daily is extremely important, as oral and dental health is directly linked to overall health. However, some people, such as the elderly with weak muscles or those with disabilities in the upper limbs, have a difficult time brushing teeth on their own. The newly developed toothbrush enables such people to do so with no or minimal assistance. Professor Hiroyuki Ishii of the Faculty of Science and Engineering at Waseda University and Genics Co., Ltd. developed a fully-automatic, mouthpiece-type toothbrush. To keep teeth healthy and shiny, all user would have to do is put the toothbrush in the mouth and let it do the work, without having to make the brushing motion.


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