The Neutrino Donut is developing market entry strategies for a company developing technologies in the high end materials space. The Donut is providing market entry strategies.
The Neutrino Donut is providing market development services for a startup seeking entry into understanding agriculture trends and climate change.
The Neutrino Donut is developing an SBIR commercialization report for a COVID-19 testing product. The Donut is providing the report as well as multiple letters of support from our network.
The Neutrino Donut is working with a startup in the energy space. This company is seeking to develop a go to market strategy to work with key players in the energy industry.
As businesses of all sizes face a myriad of pandemic-posed challenges, Earle Hager offers guidance via the #grantprocess during Temple Health & Bioscience District‘s E-Learning Series #webinar, taking place next Tuesday, August 25 from 12-1 p.m. Bring your questions and challenges to this session you can’t afford to miss! #lifesciences #bioscience #biotech #startups #grants
Innovators looking to develop new ideas during the pandemic face a wide range of challenges. While R&D budgets are being cut, corporate innovation and licensing has slowed, and lab activity has been curtailed.
In these challenging times, startups can find funding but, just as importantly, independent validation of their ideas via the grant process. By leveraging grant-based resources and applications, startups can receive undiluted funding to advance their technology. Join us as Earle Hager shares his extensive knowledge of business development and the grant process for startups and dives into the life cycle planning the grant process allows.
Bring your questions and problems to this discussion, as the answers may be of value to others facing similar challenges.
The Neutrino Donut is working with several startups to identify grant opportunities and manage the initial stage of the project. The goal is to conduct the initial planning and develop agency approvals before developing the full SBIR application.
The Neutrino Donut is providing technology assessment services to multiple NIH grant programs. This review is a full evaluation of the technology as well as market development opportunities.
The Neutrino Donut, LLC is a founding member of this group.
By Mike Cronin – Staff Writer, Austin Business JournalJul 28, 2020, 2:36pm CDT Updated Jul 28, 2020, 2:46pm CDT
Several academic, public-sector and private-sector organizations in Austin and beyond have banded together to fight the current Covid-19 pandemic — and future pandemics.
The Texas Global Health Security Innovation Consortium boasts more than 50 initial members, including the Greater Austin Chamber of Commerce, Dell Medical School, Capital City Innovation, DivInc, the Harte Research Institute, Tech Ranch Austin and the Texas Advanced Computing Center. The Austin Technology Incubator, part of the the University of Texas at Austin, organized the consortium.
The consortium, called TEXGHS for short, seeks to cultivate global health security, which it defines as “a state of freedom from the scourge of infectious disease, irrespective of origin or source.”
It “is compiling a database of companies, researchers, and individuals interested in developing their innovative approaches to achieving health security,” according to its website, and aims to be a resource to develop new technologies and adapt existing technologies to fight pandemics.
More member organizations are wanted and TEXGHS is looking for “startup companies interested in receiving support to commercialize solutions at the interface of health security and technology,” according to an announcement.
PandemicTech, an Austin-based organization that serves as a global incubator of ideas to fight infectious diseases, provided $20,000 in seed funding to ATI to start TEXGHS.
The consortium is headed up by Lisa McDonald, director of health care at ATI and a co-founder of PandemicTech.
Panelist – FICCI Program
The Neutrino Donut will be on a digital media panel with the Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FICCI)on July 15. Details on the seminar are as follows:
India – US
Synergies in Digital Health
Wednesday, July 15th, 2020
7pm (IST)/ 9.30 am (EDT)
The digital healthcare market in India is estimated to reach INR 485.43 Bn by 2024.The robust digital footprint of India, coupled with supportive government policies, has played an instrumental role in driving the growth of the digital healthcare market. India and US have displayed strong commitment towards healthcare cooperation across various areas including R&D, pharma, medical device/equipment, and looking ahead there is wide collaboration scope in the digital health space. The relatively untapped market offers high potential and thus attracts significant investment opportunities across the segment including telehealth, mHealth, electronic health records/electronic medical records (EHR/EMR), and others. The panel with key members from India-US businesses will discuss emerging technologies such as artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning, Blockchain, Internet of Things (IoT), Internet of Medical Things (IoMT), and Big Data analytics that have helped in shaping the digital healthcare market. The current & future opportunities of healthtech market and how industry can leverage technology to repurpose their business models.
The focus of the seminar will be on Telemedicine, mHealth, Electronic Health Records, the Role of Emerging Technologies such as AI, IoMT, Big Data, as well as India and US Collaboration opportunities and challenges and government initiatives and regulations.
Registration – https://ficci-beta.info/webinars/synergies/index.php
The Neutrino Donut will be conducting a training seminar on grant programs, fund raising, and planning for the Austin Technology Incubator SEAL program. This program will be delivered online on 9 July 2020.
SEAL’s core value is vetting emerging university startups from the market’s perspective, not the entrepreneur’s nor university ecosystem’s perspective. A by-product is to shift founders’ mindsets to be market centric instead of technology or product centric.
To accomplish this, SEAL coalesces a group of hand-picked, experienced startup mentors to assist each startup in identifying the next potential Go / No-Go Decision. SEAL then builds a set of industry-specific mentors to work with each team over the course of two months to do the work to rigorously answer the analyses underlying the Go / No-Go Decision. Additionally, SEAL brings in experienced entrepreneurs and technical experts to talk about their real-world experience in confronting some of the most common
Go / No-Go Decisions. This is particularly useful as startups confront an on-going sequence of these types of decisions, so SEAL primes its participants to have a baseline of knowledge as many of these common decisions will emerge in each of their journeys.
Most startups participating in SEAL have already removed significant scientific or technical risk through lab prototypes, pilot deployments, and occasionally, early sales. Given that, most Go / No-Go Decisions center on “scalability” questions around the underlying technology, go-to-market, team, funding requirements, firm economics, and other core business model components.
In prior years, SEAL has also facilitated ecosystem engagement opportunities to jumpstart the process of university-based entrepreneurs building out their ecosystem network. For many student founders, this represents their first “in-the-wild” professional networking experience. Austin’s startup ecosystem is overflowing with organizations, activities and people that support entrepreneurs and startups, so quickly learning how to navigate and engage with it is critical to the long term prospects for each