Three Lessons Young Innovators Can Learn from Theranos’ Mistakes
Christina Tamer offers guidance on how early-stage startups can avoid making business and ethical mistakes.
shaping tomorrow’s healthcare innovators: a Q&A with Eric Richardson of Duke University
Eric Richardson of Duke University launched a biomedical engineering and entrepreneurship program to help guide students to become healthcare innovators.
preventing vision loss using artificial intelligence: a Q&A with TJ Falhoun of Ai-Ris
TJ Falhoun of Ai-Ris is using artificial intelligence to help prevent vision loss in vulnerable and underresourced communities.
HandHero: how early-stage support transformed a scientist’s career
Learn how early-stage support helped E-Team HandHero helped transform a scientist’s career trajectory.
innovating menstrual care: q&a with Chante’ Knox of DelivHer FemCare
Chante’ Knox of E-Team DelivHer FemCare attributes early-stage support for fast-tracking her innovative menstrual care product.
advancing preventive health care through biosensor technology: q&a with Noah Hill of Lura Health
Lura Health has created biosensor technology placed on a tooth to aid in preventive health care, delivering real-time updates through a mobile app.
Glyscend Therapeutics: simplifying treatments for type 2 diabetes
E-Team Glyscend Therapeutics credits early-stage support for building a foundation that allowed the team to develop a pill mimicking gastric bypass surgery that will revolutionize treatment for type 2 diabetes.
COVID-19 testing: three breakthrough solutions in the RADx initiative
In honor of National Inventors’ Day, we’re recognizing teams working to increase COVID-19 testing capacity.
operating from optimism: honoring the heroes of innovation and entrepreneurship
In honor of our 25th anniversary, we’re honoring the heroes of innovation and entrepreneurship working to build a better world.
designing paper-thin, flexible batteries for vital electronics: q&a with Rajan Kumar from E-Team, Ateios
VentureWell E-Team, Ateios, is developing a platform technology to manufacture customizable, flexible batteries for the growing medical patches market.
improving aneurysm treatment with game-inspired design: q&a with Gopesh Tilvawala of Neurotendo
E-Team Neurotendo developed a game-inspired device that enables safer and quicker aneurysm treatment with higher success rates.
tracking dehydration with smart wearables: q&a with Adria Abella Villafranca from E-Team, hDrop
E-Team grantee, Adria Abella Villafranca of hDrop developed a wearable device that analyzes dehydration levels and alerts users when it’s necessary to drink water.
why science matters and how government can amplify its impact
The Day One initiative focuses on opportunities for the science and tech community to inform nonpartisan agenda-setting on critical issues in the US.
reducing grid reliance: q&a with Doris Marie Candelaria from e-team, INSU Health Design
Doris Marie Candelaria of E-Team, INSU Health Design, has learned to be open to feedback and understand different perspectives on the team’s innovation.
perfecting surgical simulations: q&A with hannah eherenfeldt from e-team, ReSuture
ReSuture is developing a material for use in surgical simulations for future surgeons to learn complex procedures before operating on a patient.
reducing the spread of tuberculosis: q&a with bonolo mathekga of e-team, drizzle
Bonolo Mathekga of drizzle developed a device that can be used in low-resourced regions to diagnose tuberculosis in individuals.
innovating treatment for opioid addiction: q&a with sahil parikh of MedLock
MedLock hopes to help patients recovering from opioid addiction with a secure pill dispenser that tracks and transmits the data to healthcare providers.
innovator spotlight: clay andrews of HALE
Clay Andrews, co-founder of E-Team, HALE, has learned that over-thinking can prevent a good idea from ever getting out of the lab and into the market.