Device Events strives to make information about medical devices available to providers and patients. Their idea bested the field at this pitch competition that seeds startups working outside traditional tech hubs.
This iconic Pennsylvania institution has been taking startups from great idea to thriving company since 1983, contributing billions to the state's economy. Check out four businesses — one for each of BFTP's regional headquarters — taking advantage of its incubation and acceleration resources to thrive, whether developing next-generation pregnancy tests, fighting bedbugs or saving lives with stroke prevention.
The University City Science Center and their Phase 1 Ventures (P1V) program are partnering with the University of Pittsburgh to launch companies around long-horizon, high-potential technologies.
The West Philadelphia institution's new Vice President of Science and Technology has a wealth of experience in both finance and the life sciences industry. He chats with Keystone Edge about taking the region's entrepreneurial ecosystem from 'good to great.'
Preventing the spread of malaria is just one of the real world problems being tackled at this innovative facility. Huck supports over 500 researchers in State College while bringing engineering expertise to the life sciences.
More than half of U.S. counties have no mental health professionals. This northwest PA startup is tackling that crisis by connecting patients with psychiatric care via a secure video platform.
A new 14-story building in University City will house resources for entrepreneurs along with headquarters for the Science Center, a research campus that's reshaping the neighborhood.
Penn State researchers are using this data to track migration patterns and make predictions about public health efforts. Their work could lead to more effective vaccination campaigns and save lives.
The company is hard at work on a rapid test for the virus, aided by up to $16.6 million in federal funding.