Monthly Archives - June 2021

S’More Celebrates Pride Month With Launch in San Francisco, Month-Long Pride-Themed IGTV Lives, free premium, and local partnerships

S’More, the anti-superficial dating app from former Magic Labs/Bumble executive Adam Cohen-Aslatei launches in San Francisco with over 10k registered users from the city already on the platform. This marks the app’s 7th successful launch since its inception in 2020. S’More is also celebrating its SF launch by giving away a week of free premium membership to the first 1000 new users in the city. Read more >>

Aircuity Introduces New “Airside” Energy Dashboard

Aircuity developed the new Airside Energy Dashboard at a time when the property owners, developers, and facility managers in the areas of commercial real estate, life sciences, and higher education are bracing for new and more stringent regulations targeting inefficient buildings. Coming to the local, state, and national levels, these looming new requirements impose fines and other penalties for buildings that fail to reduce carbon emissions and other climate change contributors. Read more >>

Who Is The Star In The Archer Roose ‘Wine In A Can’ Commercial?

It’s summer, which means it’s time to pop open a cold one. A cold can of wine, that is — a concept that beverage crafter Archer Roose is offering for the first time this summer with their line of canned luxury wine. The vintner is now offering five different types of canned wine in three different price ranges, with a half-pack going for as low as $49 per type. They’ve picked a particularly amusing spokesperson to launch the product […]

Legally blind Bryan man details journey to 20/20 vision with technology

For Bryan resident Benjamin Murray, life is finally clear – but for the first 26 years of his life it wasn’t. He was born legally blind with optic nerve atrophy. “I was passed from doctor to doctor, ophthalmologist to ophthalmologist,” Murray recalled. In August 2015, he heard about a breakthrough technology called eSight, an additional pair of smart glasses that gives the visually impaired 2020 vision. It fits to a patient’s head and can be worn over glasses. Read […]

Neuroprotection Drugs Market is Expected to Reach US$ 33,481.7 Million by 2027 with major key players

Rising usage of atypical antipsychotics, omega‐3 fatty acids, antidepressants, glutamateric neurotransmission modulators, erythropoietin, COX‐2 inhibitors and N‐acetylcysteine have anti‐apoptotic properties which can help in brain maturational processes from psychotic disorders. Clinical trial processes suggested that these category of drugs help in preventing the onset of frank psychosis. A company named, Astrocyte Pharmaceuticals Inc., which is a drug development company is engaged in providing advanced breakthroughs in neuroprotection drugs market to repair neurons that are caused due to brain injury. […]

Medical Device Startup Founded by Alumni Receives FDA Clearance

Two University of Tennessee, Knoxville, alumni took an idea for an innovative medical device and developed the product and pitch while enrolled in UT’s MS–MBA program, a dual degree offered through the Tickle College of Engineering and the Haslam College of Business. Lia Winter (’19) and Preston Dishner (’19) developed EasyWhip, a patented surgical needle designed to increase the speed and accuracy of whipstitching in orthopedic reconstruction surgeries. EasyWhip recently received 510(k) premarket clearance from the US Food and […]

Shipping Out Series: Detrapel

We recently visited our neighbors in Framingham, Detrapel, for our latest Shipping Out Series episode. CEO and Founder David Zamarin was an entrepreneur from age 15 and at 23, made this year’s Forbes 30 under 30 list as the youngest in the Manufacturing and Industry category. Watch now >>

Amid surging Covid-19 cases, second gen vaccines raise hopes across the Asia-Pacific

The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees sounded the alarm at the beginning of this month on the rapidly deteriorating circumstances of refugees and asylum seekers in Asia…

After the first spate of vaccine approvals at the beginning of this year, a slew of new vaccines will not only bolster global supply, thereby improving access, but also offer an improvement on extant vaccines…

One such second-generation vaccine, produced by US-based Akston Biosciences, is especially well-suited for hot regions such as ASEAN […]

ZetrOZ to Sponsor Continued Medical Education Event June 26 in Atlanta, Georgia

ZetrOZ Systems, developers of the Sustained Acoustic Medicine (SAM) wearable ultrasound, has announced a partnership with Dr. Rod Walters, former head athletic trainer for the Atlanta Falcons, author, and sports medicine expert, to deliver continuing medical education (CME) courses and curriculum for medical professionals across the United States and internationally. Read more >>