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Robo Bionics and their bionic arm Grippy

Globally, around 3.3 million people suffer from upper limb amputee of which only a mere 2-3% have access to rehabilitative devices or technologies. ...
Jan 22

Eugenix Hair Sciences and hair transplantation in India

Two AIIMS postgraduates were unable to find suitable jobs due lack of skincare clinics in Rishikesh. Learn how this pushed them to open Eugenix Hair ...
Jan 22

Eugenix Hair Sciences and hair transplantation in India

Two AIIMS postgraduates were unable to find suitable jobs due lack of skincare clinics in Rishikesh. Learn how this pushed them to open Eugenix Hair ...
Jan 22

Hair loss and Traya Health

One-third of the world is suffering from hair loss. Despite the market being flooded with products, no change has been seen in one's ...
Jan 20

HexaHealth and India’s in-patient care segment

Out of the $130 billion spent on healthcare, 60% is spent on in-patient care across private providers alone. Despite its importance and size, the ...
Jan 19

National Startup Day and the success of Indian Startups

Equity, funding and unicorns - such vocabulary has become the new lexicon for many Indians. A huge contributor towards this is the massive success and strength ...
Jan 17

The Renal Project and hemodialysis in India

10% of Indians suffer from Chronic Kidney Disease. These patients not only suffer from affordability problems but also from accessibility problems. Shashank Moddhia's Renal ...
Jan 15

Thinkerbell Labs and braille literacy in India

India hosts 20% of the world’s visually impaired population. Yet the braille literacy found in our country is a mere 1%. To change this ...
Jan 13

AarogyaAI and TB treatment in India

TB is a major health problem that causes 220,000 deaths every year in India. AarogyaAI Innovations uses AI to diagnose the drug resistance in ...
Jan 12

Zyla Health and chronic disease management

Khushboo Aggarwal's Zyla Health offers personalised and long-term monitoring to effectively lower the associated risks of chronic diseases. ...
Jan 06

Ayu Health and digitalisation in Hospitals

The two sectors where digitalisation was rare were education and healthcare. More startups are trying to add digitalisation to this sectors. Ayu Health is one ...
Jan 05

Twin Health and eradication of preventive diseases

There is enough evidence to suggest that healthcare in India has always been skewed towards curative medicine and not for preventive care. This is why ...
Jan 04

Healthcare startup predictions for 2022

The healthcare industry in India has undergone massive changes thanks to the global pandemic. Learn about the changes that will carry forward in 2022....
Jan 03

Haystack Analytics and faster genomic diagnostics

With the lack of rapid analysis and technology suited for agility, genomics and its application remained unaccessible to healthcare professionals. One startup aiming to address ...
Dec 31

Karkinos and Cancer Elimination

Every year 2.25 million cases get diagnosed. The number of cases doubles every 10 years. Many of these cases get diagnosed late, putting more ...
Dec 31

Affordability in Cancer Care with 4baseCare

4baseCare is an onco-tech company that creates an ecosystem of patients, oncologists and researchers. It provides a first-of-its-kind gene panel test ...
Dec 28

Neuphony raises Rs 1.1 crore in Seed funds

Healthtech startup Neuphony has raised Rs 1.1 crore in Seed round from ah! Ventures Angel Platform, DERBI Foundation and IIMA CIIE...
Dec 28

MedGenome and Genomics in India

In India, genomics is now the new normal. This was largely possible due to the increasing participation of various Indian startups. One such venture is ...
Dec 27

Healthcare sector: Review of 2021 and Expectation from 2022

Are you wondering what the healthcare and pharmaceutical sector of India will do in 2022? Read to find out....
Dec 24

Genomics, preventive healthcare and Mapmygenome

On average 62% of the cost in healthcare is borne by the patient themselves. Amongst the many healthcare segments, preventive healthcare has received considerable attention....
Dec 23

Indian healthcare gets 3D prints with Osteo3d

In India 1 in every 2000 kids suffer from skull deformity which can lead to behavioural disabilities. Learn how Osteo3d has a solution for this....
Dec 22

CloseConnexions offers health and safety for senior citizens

We often hear that the best way to attract success for your startup is by personal involvement. Learn the personal struggles of the CloseConnexions founders, ...
Dec 20

Cureveda and female entrepreneurship in India

The 5th NFHS report found that there are 1,020 women for every 1,000 men. Despite women overpowering in sheer numbers, we still have ...
Dec 18

Women Entrepreneurship in India

Countries like Botswana, Chile, Ghana and Nigeria have a larger number of women entrepreneurs than in India. Know the reasons behind this....
Dec 18

Breathe Well-being aims to eliminate Type-2 diabetes

Would you believe that more Indians die due to diabetes than smoking? Know more about Breathe Well-being that aims to lessen diabetes in India....
Dec 17

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