Several teams of Maryland-based entrepreneurs have joined the first cohort of the D.C. Innovation Corps, an incubator program for scientists and engineers.
Find the full list below.
The D.C. program is modeled off of and part of the network of the national Innovation Corps, run by the National Science Foundation, which “focuses on inspiring innovation in the engineering, medical/health/life sciences, physical sciences and computer sciences fields.”
A list of participating Maryland-based teams and their respective organizations:
Emerging Technology Center
- Tutela Industries: interactive patient engagement platform that employs a patient
engagement approach with the ultimate goal of improving short and
long-term outcomes for babies in the neonatal intensive care unit.
Johns Hopkins University
- Read Ahead: ocular training method for seeing ahead when learning to read music.
University of Maryland, Baltimore County (from the Cyber Incubator@bwtech)
- Surveillant: advanced compliance and checklist software for government, financial, security and related sectors.
University of Maryland, College Park
- Diagnostic anSERS Inc.: molecular fingerprinting technology for forensics and chemical analysis.
- Myotherapeutics: clinical assay for Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS), also known as Lou Gehrig’s disease.
- N5 Sensors Inc.: chemical sensors for industrial and environmental monitoring.
- XiaoQi’: medical device for detecting hemoglobin and oxygen
in oral and internal organ lesion tissues.
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