Medical startup Storx Technologies improves fetal health and lowers the rate of C-sections. The team develops better standards than heart rate monitors for assessing fetal […]
The CITRIS Foundry‘s new Resource Sustainability X-Lab supports student innovators, entrepreneurs, and researchers in developing innovative solutions for grand resource challenges that will have high […]
About the CITRIS Foundry The CITRIS Foundryis an emerging technology innovation incubator that supports top entrepreneurial scientists, researchers, and engineers from the University of California to […]
CITRIS Foundry alum Aluna recently received clearance from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for its asthma management device and platform. Aluna helps patients, particularly pediatric patients, […]
A CITRIS Foundry company, Correlia Biosystems represents the next generation of the life science industry. With their patented nanomaterial, they develop microscale tools to accelerate molecular interactions to measure proteins, thereby reducing the cost and time of drug development, clinical trials, and patient testing and monitoring. Founded in 2013, the eight-employee company is headquartered in Berkeley and has raised $2.6 million in funding. They are already running a pilot service business and they plan to launch their first commercial instrument in 2021. Akwasi Apori received his PhD in bioengineering at UC Berkeley after earning a bachelor’s and master’s degree in aeronautics and astronautics at MIT. In 2013, Correlia Biosystems joined the CITRIS Foundry, the in-house incubator of the multicampus CITRIS and the Banatao Institute headquartered at UC Berkeley.
The new spring cohort of CITRIS Foundry teams was announced February 13 at a Foundry event featuring Rich Lyons, UC Berkeley’s first-ever Chief Innovation and Entrepreneurship Officer. The 32 teams cover deep tech fields from AI and engineering systems to materials science and biotechnology, tackling issues including health care, energy and the environment, transportation, and sustainable infrastructure.
In Spring 2020, the CITRIS Foundry welcomed 32 teams covering deep tech fields from AI and engineering systems to materials science and biotechnology, tackling issues […]
Santa Cruz Tech Beat: Michael Matkin, Assistant Director of CITRIS Santa Cruz, writes about three UC Santa Cruz student-helmed companies that got started via the CITRIS Foundry.
CITRIS Foundry Alum John H. Pujol has launched the Lead In School Water Project, the first web-based application to rank and track every US state […]
San Francisco Chronicle: CITRIS Foundry alum WattTime received a $1.7 million grant as a Google AI Impact Grantee. WattTime will use satellite images to monitor […]
By Saemmool Lee Po Jui (Ray) Chiu, co-founder and CEO of BioInspira, was named among Forbes 30 under 30 in Energy for 2019. A CITRIS […]
Founding a Startup is Hard. We Can Help. Application Deadline is September 25 at 11:59 PM The CITRIS Foundry is the University of California accelerator for […]
One of the first projects to come through the CITRIS Foundry — Dash Robotics — created a low-cost “origami” robot that runs fast on six […]
The CITRIS Foundry has officially launched! This program for UC entrepreneurs is now open for applications, and initial teams are expected to be announced in mid-December.