Innovation in the Midwest: Flyover Future talks with Comeback Capital’s Scott Shane about their new $10M fund, Purdue University stacking up utility patents, Columbus most friendly to remote jobs, robots & manufacturing, and startup funding.
HealthTech & Research happening in Flyover Country! The first to implant a new-generation artificial heart, LeanMed is creating a solar-powered oxygen production system, Knoxville’s Lirio is using AI to study vaccine acceptance, and more.
Flyover Future talks with Kristy Campbell from Rev1 Ventures about their new $20M fund and Midwest innovation. Plus, robots in the hospitality market, a Virtual Ice Explorer, and a $800M investment for an ERP & EPM software company.
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Flyover Future talks with Roboflow’s CEO and Co-Founder Joseph Nelson about the power of computer vision and building a tech startup in Des Moines. Plus, geospatial tech, wireless vehicle charging, AI talent, and startup funding across the Midwest.
Pandemic & HealthTech Innovation: Researchers at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis study COVID-19 immune response, Indiana University receives $30M from National Institute on Aging, and possible treatments for Type 2 diabetes.
Flyover Future talks with SureImpact’s CEO Sheri Chaney Jones about data driven strategies for nonprofits. We also have news on mobility innovation, an app to help children with autism, Endeavor’s Scale Up 2021 cohort, and startup funding across the Midwest.
Pandemic & HealthTech Innovation: A safe return to work, the University Wisconsin joins The Pandemic Prevention Institute to prepare for the future, AI in radiology, Inceptor Bio raises $26M to develop gene therapy treatments for cancer, and more.
Flyover Future talks with Xeo Air CEO Bronwyn Morgan about drones and how St. Louis is becoming a geospatial powerhouse. Plus, technology for your washer & dryer, General Motors increases investment on electric and autonomous vehicles, and Comeback Capital’s new $10M fund for startups in the heartland.
Cutting edge research continues across Flyover Country to better understand COVID-19 and prepare for future pandemics. Plus, $150M for Monogram Health to fight kidney disease, Michigan State University adding more tech to the Grand Rapids Innovation Park, and surgical needle innovation in Knoxville.