While we couldn’t safely gather in Boston at Mintz headquarters, this year’s $200K Challenge proved the pandemic couldn’t slow down the innovative minds of startups around the globe. Entrepreneurs, investors, researchers academics and insiders came together after work Wednesday, April 7th for the 2021 $200K Challenge Awards Celebration.Continue reading
15 finalists have been selected from more than 170 applicants for the 10th Annual M2D2 $200K Challenge.
LOWELL, Massachusetts – The University of Massachusetts Medical Device Development Center (M2D2) today announced the finalists in its 10th annual $200K Challenge after reviewing the 170+ applications.Continue reading
Nesa Medtech is transforming women’s health by developing novel minimally invasive, safe, effective, and uterus-preserving technology to treat uterine fibroids. We talked with their Founder & CEO, Sreekar Kothamachu to learn about their journey.Continue reading
With less than a week until the International MedTech Challenge, we’d like to introduce you to another unique Finalist from India. Mimyk is building Robotics and AI technologies in endoscopy to enable clinical access to early diagnosis and treatment of GI cancers. We talked to Co-Founder Shanthanu Chakravarthy about the story behind their innovation.Continue reading
The pandemic kept us from gathering, networking, and toasting at the Boston headquarters of Mintz as we have in previous years. But more than 200 entrepreneurs, investors, researchers, academics, and insiders gathered virtually after work on Thursday, October 1 for the 2020 M2D2 $200K Challenge Awards Celebration.Continue reading
With our first-ever International MedTech Forum right around the corner, we are thrilled to introduce you CyGenica. They are one of the 6 unique Indian life sciences startups pitching their innovations on Thursday, October 8th.Continue reading
Last Thursday, September 17, we were pleased to virtually welcome nearly 250 entrepreneurs, investors, researchers, academics, and students to our 9th annual $200K Challenge Pitch-Off. While the pandemic kept us from gathering, networking, and seeing the 15 pitches and posters in person as in years past, virtual meeting technology literally transformed the Pitch-Off into an international event, with attendees able to take part from anywhere. Here’s our recap:Continue reading