protecting our oceans with AI technology: q&a with Saakib Akbany of Remora
Saakib Akbany of E-Team, Remora, developed an autonomous marine drone that uses AI technology to collect floating garbage from ports to address ocean pollution.
advancing neurosurgical technology: q&a with Casey Grage of Hubly
For Casey Grage of neurosurgical technology innovators, Hubly, entrepreneurship has taught her to master the art of difficult conversations.
expanding treatment possibilities for kidney failure: q&a with Sarah Lee of Relavo
Sarah Lee of E-Team, Relavo, is designed a self-disinfecting dialysis technology for home-based kidney failure treatment.
advancing agricultural sustainability with lab-grown meat: a Q&A with Jordan Jones from E-Team, Leef Jerky
Jordan Jones of E-Team, Leef Jerky is progressing agricultural sustainability practices by creating an environmentally-friendly meat product.
creating sustainable and durable women’s health products: q&a with Greta Meyer from E-Team, Sequel
Through intensive customer discovery, E-Team grantee, Greta Meyer and her team is designing more durable, sustainable women’s health products.
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.
streamlining infectious mosquito control with artificial intelligence: q&a with Tristan Ford of VecTech
Using artificial intelligence, E-Team VecTech is eliminating the need for harmful insecticides for mosquito control.
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.
preventing the spread of germs on public transportation: q&a with Wyatt Dike from E-Team, VertX Advertising
Wyatt Dike of E-Team, VertX Advertising, is developing antimicrobial coatings for use in public transportation that double as advertising space.
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.
Innovator Spotlight: Sidney Collin of De Oro Devices
Sidney Collin of E-Team, De Oro Devices, has complemented her technical background with business and entrepreneurship skills.
Innovator Spotlight: Myriam Sbeiti of Sunthetics
Myriam Sbeiti of Sunthetics has developed a solar-powered device to use during nylon production to help eliminate greenhouse gas emissions.
Innovator Spotlight: Julie Bliss Mullen of Aclarity
Julie Bliss Mullen of ASPIRE team Aclarity has learned that it takes a team to make an impact through innovation and entrepreneurship.