Last week, Harry Gandhi was sleeping on an oversized beanbag in the Kairos Society HQ, working 18 hours a day from our loft space in SOMA, downtown San Francisco, while he is raising a seed round for the company he co-founded as a 21 year old, Medella Hea
The latest entrepreneur to attempt to build a "smart contact lens" that helps people track medical conditions is a 22-year-old college dropout. Harry Gandhi will halt his biotechnology and economics studies at the University of Waterloo to work full-time
Canada faces a funding gap between rising health care costs and an aging population requiring more services. The growing field of bioengineering is already helping to bridge that gap, says Catherine Burns, director of the Centre for Bioengineering and Bio
People suffering from diabetes need to make regular checks of their glucose levels, a procedure that normally involves pricking a finger and letting a little blood fall on a test strip. One day, contact lens-based glucose readers could do away with this i
It's not easy being a wearable hardware startup. It's also hard being an impact health tech startup. Now, a wearable health tech startup dedicated to fighting diabetes? That's like diving through a flaming hoop, blindfolded.