Astellar Labs focuses on creating non-invasive diagnostic technology. The Echo will allow people to measure blood glucose without having to prick their fingers or wear a device that needs to be regularly swapped out, thus eliminating discomfort while also saving money.
Founder: Eugenio Fernandez Jr.
Asthenis is an innovative healthcare design that offers a doctor’s waiting room experience inside a pharmacy, one without the candy and junk food aisles, in order to bring people access to reliable, bilingual health education and pharmacy services within the the community they live.
The Flourish Fund is a resource network of wellness providers that offer online and in-person services such as doula support, newborn care, childbirth education, pre and post-natal fitness and much more. The platform is a supplement to traditional baby registries, allowing family and friends to help invest in services the mother really needs.
Founders: Benjamin Sorkin, Jonathan Lord, Daylin Frantin
Flux Marine has created high performance electric marine propulsion systems for the boating industry. Their systems hold several tremendous advantages over gasoline counterparts: less maintenance, faster acceleration, silent operation and zero tailpipe emissions. They are reducing the operational costs for recreational boaters, providing the defense industry with the first truly silent boat motor for stealth applications and replacing the highly polluting conventional gas engines on our waterways.
Founder: Kerlyne Jean-Baptiste
Kerly Girl is an organic and 100% plant-based natural hair care venture uniquely formulated for the needs of curly and coily textured hair. Their products provide a safe alternative to a highly underserved market that has had to rely on hair care products with potentially harmful ingredients. KerlyGirl’s vision aspires to uplift underrepresented voices in the beauty space and in whole, the Black community: dark-skin, coily haired, LGBTQ femmes of color.
MediCircle is revolutionizing care equity by creating a system of collecting, certifying and then redistributing unused cancer medications that would have been previously wasted. These medication and savings are then passed along to patients, insurance carriers and healthcare facilities, all while improving the health of local communities.
The Mocingbird platform simplifies the ability to track and store medical certifications. This allows clinicians to stay on top of continuing medical education requirements thus minimizing administrative tasks and allowing them more time to focus on their patients.