I was lucky to be invited as a media partner for the first edition of Hello Tomorrow Challenge (HTC) on April 18 at the Museum of Science and Industry in Paris. Technological innovations of the future were highlighted and rewarded by over 400k€. The event gathered over 1,200 attendees and focused on five major areas that were recognized: IT/COM, ENERGY, HARDWARE/ROBOTIC, BIG DATA and BIOTECH/MEDTECH.
[do action=”sous-titre-article”]Biotech was highly represented …[/do]
The field Biotech-Medtech has shown much interest and I rapidly met with the co-founders of the represented projects.
Miroculus is a start-up that has created a simple, affordable and non-invasive test using microRNA to detect cancer before symptoms appear. Gilad Gome and his team have found a new method of early diagnosis for 48 cancer types.
Archimej is a French Start-up initiated originally in Shanghai and which has been funded through Indiegogo. It develops, protects and enhances the spectroscopy 2.0, considered as the first pocket blood analyzer. A small device not bigger than a smartphone allow you to do your blood tests from home …