Non-recyclable plastics making asphalt more sustainable and a vaccine to save the honeybee are just two of 10 inventions that caught our eye.
Could we save the environment one parcel at a time? Politecnico di Milano’s packaging technology spinout Voidless hopes so.
About half of all vaccines are wasted due to challenges surrounding cold chain logistics, so EnsiliTech aims to remove the need for cold storage.
Spinouts working on ketamine-based therapeutics, regenerative medicines for dogs and better sleep are among those that caught our eye this month.
Charbel Rizk has spun Oculi out of Johns Hopkins University to commercialise technology that gives computer vision the capabilities of the human eye.
These are the spinouts that caught our eye over the past month. Here's why they should be on your radar, too.
Launched just a year ago to build on work at Weill Cornell Medicine and New York-Presbyterian Hospital, Cleerly has now closed an oversubscribed series C round.
Maternal suicide is the leading direct cause of death over the first year after pregnancy, according to studies by the Nuffield Department of Population Health at University of Oxford. The US National Institute of Mental Health meanwhile notes that three out of 100 people will experience psychosis at some time in their lives, with an […]