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WINNERS Announced for competition #2

CONGRATULATIONS TO THE GRAND PRIZE WINNER AND FIVE DISTINGUISHED AWARD WINNERS.

Congratulations to Cambridge, MA-based DMI, the $525,000 Grand Prize winner.  The five $120,000 Distinguished Awards went to Biovotion (Zurich, Switzerland), Eigen Lifescience (Stanford, CA), Endotronix Wireless Health Monitoring (Woodbridge, IL), Golden Gopher Magnetic Biosensing (Minneapolis, MN), and GUES (London, England).  Your groundbreaking innovations in the area of health sensing technology will revolutionize the way we consume healthcare, offering us more data, more control and more choices.

DMI

The DNA Medicine Institute is a med-tech incubator, laboratory, and biomedical technology service provider.  We specialize in advanced product development, biomedical research, and product...

Biovotion

Non-invasive, wearable monitoring is increasingly becoming a high-tech, multidisciplinary field, combining the need for disciplines such as biophysics, physiology, engineering, ergonomics,...

Eigen Lifescience

The Eigen Lifescience team is formed around a unique magnetic sensing technology developed at Stanford University in the lab of Professor Shan Wang. A team of four Ph.D. students and two...

Endotronix Wireless Health Monitoring

Endotronix was founded in June 2007 by Anthony Nunez, MD, a cardiothoracic surgeon and Harry Rowland, PhD a mechanical engineer.  Both co-founders had family members who suffered from heart...

Golden Gopher Magnetic Biosensing

Researchers from the University of Minnesota, Mayo Clinic, and several companies – a GMR biosensing start-up company (Zepto Life Technology LLC), a start-up company which fabricates magnetic...

GUES

The story of our technology started almost 10 years ago.  The then medical director of the UK National Society for Epilepsy convinced Dr. Esther Rodriguez-Villegas to use her unique insight into...

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