[hcs-d] DRF's State of Harvard Startups | Planetary Health Watch, Entyde, Parachute Teachers
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Subject: [hcs-d] DRF's State of Harvard Startups | Planetary Health Watch, Entyde, Parachute Teachers
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State of Harvard Startups — 4/19/17
Planetary Health Watch, Entyde, and Parachute Teachers each won $10K at Harvard's 10th Annual i3 Innovation Challenge.
Planetary Health Watch
Our goal is to use computational methods to leverage online big data to identify and predict harmful environmental exposures. We will mine online public concerns and observations to generate real-time hazard detection algorithms and an application to track and report environmental hazards. Crowdsourcing public concerns using big data will enable us to more rapidly predict and respond to environmental hazards, making it possible to avert crises and save lives.
Pooja Chandrashekar '18, Yulin Hswen HSPH '19, Jeremiah Liu HSPH '19
Entyde is an affordable sensor device that ensures proper EMS (Emergency Medical Services) intubation when performed in the field (not in a hospital). Endotracheal intubation is the process of placing a tube into the trachea of a patient when they cannot breathe independently such as in certain cases of cardiac arrest. A common risk during intubation is the misplacement of the endotracheal tube into the esophagus rather than the trachea. This error can lead to severe, life-threatening damage suffered by the patient. Entyde ensures proper placement by sensing a change in CO2 emitted from an endotracheal tube and delivers a digital indication of proper or improper intubation.
<https://mltrk.io/link/https%3A%2F%2Fi-lab.harvard.edu%2Fmeet%2Fventure-team%2Fparachute-teachers%2F/xwHAdE7b5kMUxwhVf4o3> Parachute Teachers
Parachute Teachers is addressing the substitute teacher shortage by tapping into the talents of local community members and matching them with schools in need of substitutes through our online marketplace. We’re the Uber for substitute teachers – and our teachers are reimagining the role of the substitute.
Sarah Cherry Rice GSE
<https://mltrk.io/link/https%3A%2F%2Fi-lab.harvard.edu%2Fprototype%2Fventure-incubation%2Fvip-application%2F/xwHAdE7b5kMUxwhVf4o3> Summer 2017 Venture Incubation Program applications now open
Due April 24th
Part incubator, part accelerator, it’s a faster-paced 10-week commitment (June 5 – Aug 11) that provides a select cohort of eligible, hungry startups with a breadth of resources to help them take their ventures further, faster.
<https://mltrk.io/link/https%3A%2F%2Fwww.eventbrite.com%2Fe%2Fhbs-new-venture-competition-finale-tickets-31613553991/xwHAdE7b5kMUxwhVf4o3> HBS New Venture Competition F <https://www.eventbrite.com/e/hbs-new-venture-competition-finale-tickets-31613553991> INALE
April 25, 4:30–6PM
In HBS's flagship entrepreneurial event, finalists will compete for over $300,000 over three separate tracks: student business, student social enterprise, and alumni.
<https://mltrk.io/link/https%3A%2F%2Fwww.eventbrite.com%2Fe%2F2017-i3-innovation-challenge-student-startup-showcase-and-awards-tickets-33213001983/xwHAdE7b5kMUxwhVf4o3> S <https://mltrk.io/link/https%3A%2F%2Fstartup-masterclass.com%2F/xwHAdE7b5kMUxwhVf4o3> tartup Masterclass <https://startup-masterclass.com/> presented by Harvard Student Agencies
Saturday April 29th, 5-8:30PM, Ames Courtroom, Austin Hall, Harvard Law School
Following a presentation to world-class experts from Andreessen Horowitz, Volition Capital, XFund, and Harvard Business School, Harvard startups will engage in an interactive feedback session with said panelists in front of a live audience for up to 30 minutes each.
Join our community of Harvard summer interns to connect with friends, mentors, alumni, and leading tech companies and venture capitalists.
Harvard's DRF partners: <https://mltrk.io/link/mailto%3Ajkahn%40drf.vc/xwHAdE7b5kMUxwhVf4o3> Joe Kahn '18, <https://mltrk.io/link/mailto%3Anhorowitz%40drf.vc/xwHAdE7b5kMUxwhVf4o3> Nathaniel Brooks-Horowitz '18, <https://mltrk.io/link/mailto%3Aawk%40drf.vc/xwHAdE7b5kMUxwhVf4o3> Athena Kan '19
Email Athena at <https://mltrk.io/link/mailto%3Aawk%40drf.vc/xwHAdE7b5kMUxwhVf4o3> awk at drf.vc to be featured on next week's issue!
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