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VENTURE TO STOP DIABETES

January 01, 2020

 CHICAGO – The American Diabetes Association has reviewed numerous submissions for the 2017 Venture to Stop Diabetes Challenge, and has determined its six finalists, all of whom will present their submission to a panel of judges at mHub Chicago on Tuesday, November 7 at 6pm. 

 

Finalists were chosen based the following criteria: Relevance, Creativity and Innovation, Feasibility and Sustainability, Organization and Clarity. 

New England Breath Technologies Wins the Massachusetts Medical Device Development Center's 2017 People's Choice Award

April 14, 2017

New England Breath Technologies, a medical-device startup company formed by Western New England University professors Dr. Ronny Priefer and Dr. Michael Rust, won the People’s Choice Award recently at the annual M2D2 $100K Challenge.

VVM ACCELERATOR AWARDS $150,000 TO STARTUPS FROM WIDE VARIETY OF INDUSTRIES

May 25, 2017

Twelve competing startups were awarded a total of $150,000 in prize money at a vibrant VVM Accelerator Awards ceremony held on Thursday, May 25th at the Mass Mutual Center in downtown Springfield, MA. About 600 people attended.

Copy Of -WESTERN NEW ENGLAND UNIVERSITY START-UP COMPANY HONORED BY PEERS

April 14, 2017

New England Breath Technologies, a medical device start-up company formed by Western New England University professors Dr. Ronny Priefer and Dr. Michael Rust, won the People’s Choice Award recently at the annual M2D2 $100K Challenge.

VVM Accelerator Awards Boost Startups in More Ways Than One

April 14, 2017

Ronny Priefer’s niece Ava was just 18 months old when she was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes, and almost died from diabetic ketoacidosis. If an alert aunt, who was babysitting, hadn’t noticed the telltale sweet smell of her niece’s breath (caused by a build-up of ketones), the toddler might have been in serious trouble.

BREATH TEST COULD SOMEDAY END FINGER PRICKS

November 15, 2013

While a Breathalyzer test is traditionally used to check blood alcohol levels, researchers have created a breath test that could ultimately help determine blood sugar levels as well.

That, researchers say, could put an end to the dreaded finger pricks – the bane of many people with diabetes, especially those with type 1 who have to check their blood sugar levels multiple times daily – for good.

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