Georgia Tech News posted this article covering the first annual ACC InVenture Prize. Duke student Ivonna Dumanyan ’16 and alumna Gabby Levac took first place with their startup, BioMetrix. Below is a brief excerpt from the article.
BioMetrix from Duke won first place and $15,000 in the new competition that celebrates entrepreneurship. This team, led by two women, invented a way to keep athletes and sports teams healthier. A wearable sensor adheres to the skin, collects data and uses cloud services to quantify rehabilitation progress and provide real-time feedback to reduce athletic injuries.
Read the full article, posted on the Georgia Tech News website, here.