Stories of Innovation in your own Backyard!

SweatID measures athletes’ sodium content in real time

January 19, 2023

SweatID, a startup founded in 2017 by Dr. Chelsea Monty-Bromer, PhD, wants athletes to rethink the way they learn about their health. The company uses science to measure sodium concentrations…

Hoosiers rule the tech world in Bloomington

January 11, 2023

Bloomington, Indiana, might be an adorable small town with a world-class university and a rollicking party scene, but it’s more than that – it’s also a technology hub of some…

Miami University’s online Master’s of Entrepreneurship + Emerging Technology degree

January 11, 2023

This past Fall, Miami University in Ohio formed the first cohort for its Master’s of Entrepreneurship + Emerging Technology degree (MEET). Glenn Platt, C. Michael Armstrong Professor of Network Technology…

A look back at Flyover Country’s biggest funding deals of 2022

January 4, 2023

Firms in Flyover Country landed some big funding rounds in 2022. Here is a look at some of the biggest deals we reported on in 2022. January In January of…

Virtual Incision wants to simplify robotic surgery

December 20, 2022

Lincoln, Nebraska’s Virtual Incision, a spinout from the University of Nebraska Medical Center, is on a mission to simplify robotic surgery by developing the first miniaturized robotic assisted surgery platform called MIRA.…

Music meets edtech

December 14, 2022

According to its website, music edtech startup Punkademic got its name because it was founded by academic ex-patriots—”the punks of the academic world.” The company offers online music courses in everything…

The Compensation Conundrum: How your work culture and training can keep good employees

December 13, 2022

We chatted with Raleen Gagnon, VP and general manager of Total Talent Intelligence at Magnit, about the challenge of finding skilled candidates to fill open positions. Can you compete with…

Why the University of Michigan is tops in entrepreneurship

December 7, 2022

The University of Michigan (U-M) may be a state-sponsored public school, but it often ranks among the world’s most respected private schools. U-M is also one of the top-ranked schools…

The Compensation Conundrum: How to use data to hire and keep staff

November 29, 2022

We recently chatted with Raleen Gagnon, VP and general manager of Total Talent Intelligence at Magnit, about the challenge of finding skilled candidates to fill open positions. Can you compete…

Tech startups helping to solve the world’s biggest challenges

November 16, 2022

There is a special breed of tech startup that is working to change some of the biggest problems that plague mankind. Flyover Future has covered quite a few of the…