iTest gives consumers a way to test themselves inexpensively, using just a smartphone.
An “internet of things” device to remotely track one’s health.
A board game publisher that makes quick-playing, easy-to-learn games.
Technology used by leading pharmaceutical companies for drug discovery and life science research.
A mobile payment platform that allows buyers to search for the best product for their…
A workstation that combines a custom desk with a stationary recumbent bicycle.
A low-cost surgical light that provides similar power to those found in the U.S.
A drill bit that minimizes tissue damage and increases cutting efficiency during brain surgeries.
A teddy bear that can collect and transmit pulse-oximetry, thermometer and baby-monitor data to smartphones.
A non-invasive infant monitoring system (pulse oximeter) resembling a sock.
A company that is developing a smart insole that helps people improve their gait.
The product offers a new way to reduce urinary tract infections.
A product that could be used in place of other common electronic ID badges.
Detecting gastrointestinal leaks and esophageal perforations that occur during surgeries.