DASH Materials, Inc. develops point-of-care DNA/RNA detection kits for infectious diseases, from healthcare to agriculture. The platform aims to realize the sensitivity and specificity of nucleic acid testing like PCR with the ease, speed, and portability of qualitative antigen tests.
UbiquiTx, a spin-out from Cornell University and MIT, is focused on leveraging machine learning and protein engineering to develop programmable protein-modulating therapies. The company’s computational platform allows the designing of motif, mutant and PTM-specific peptides to pathogenic proteins from sequence alone based on known interactions found in nature.
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EzraBio is a company providing researchers with the ability to perform ribosome profiling from a wide range of biological samples with ease. By looking into global translation with superior resolution, it is now possible to uncover hidden coding potential, dissect translational response, identify tumor-associated antigens, and guide mRNA therapeutics.
Mission-Driven Tech is a women’s health venture dedicated to the transformation of gynecologic cancer care with modern technology.
Abstractive Health helps doctors read and write clinical notes faster with an automated summary. We condense hundreds of pages of clinical notes into a few key sentences using NLP.
Tethered Enzyme Technologies, Inc. is a clinical-stage platform nanomedicine company focused on enabling actionable insights for high-consequence disease decision-making.
MedExplain is designed to meet the needs of patients and their loved ones who want plain facts about drugs, health, and disease. It is a publicly available resource designed to provide engaging, easily understood, and well-researched articles by doctors for people who want to know more about health, medicines, and diseases.
REEgen is reimagining the global rare earth supply by replacing the most harmful production steps with clean microbial processes, securing these critical elements for a future of unbounded, widespread renewable energy. Other applications include screens of smartphones, computers, flat-panel televisions, the motors of computer drives, batteries of hybrid and electric cars, and new generation light bulbs.
Forte Protein uses a plant-based technology to produce a broad spectrum of meat, fish, and dairy proteins without the need for animals eliminating the carbon footprint involved in animal agriculture.