Learn more about diagnostics startup Privail from BioE alum and CEO Anwaar Al-Zireeni in this Elevator Pitch video from Skydeck.
The digital stethoscope designed by BioE undergrad startup Eko Devices has won federal permission to enter the market.
Professor Amy Herr, alumna Kelly Gardner, and their startup Zephyrus Biosciences were featured in an article on startup innovation in the Daily Cal.
Bolt Threads, a startup company founded by BioE PhD alum David Breslauer, is planning to revolutionize the clothing industry by spinning spider silk from engineered yeast.
BioE alumna Charvi Shetty was profiled in Berkeley Engineer magazine this semester with her startup company, Knox Diagnostics. She’s developing an inexpensive asthma diagnostic, first designed in the Bioe Senior Capstone course.
Eko Devices, a startup company spun out of the BioE 192 Senior Capstone Design course, has announced the start of a clinical study with UCSF Cardiology and the closing of a $2 million funding round. Core by Eko is the first stethoscope to be wirelessly connected to a smart device, and is set to retail for $199 beginning Summer 2015 pending clearance by the FDA.
Eko Devices, a startup of Bioe undergrad alum Connor Landgraf, is one of ten startups selected to present live on stage at the Las Vegas Consumer Electronics Show this January. The top three winners get the chance of a lifetime to pitch Sir Richard Branson on his private island. Eko competed against nearly 2,000 other applicants in the Extreme Tech Challenge to become one of the final ten.
The CellScope otoscope, based on the CellScope pioneered by Dan Fletcher’s lab, is being developed by alumnus Erik Douglas’ startup Cellscope, Inc.
Eko Devices, a startup company by a BioE alum that spun out from a BioE 192 capstone design project, was featured in the Daily Cal for their high-tech stethoscope redesign.