Participating Nominees per Impact Area, will be:
Environment and Sustainability
Aquanis, Inc. (East Greenwich, RI) reduces the cost of wind energy by improving the aerodynamic performance of wind turbines.
Blackburn Energy (Somerville, MA) revolutionary charging system using the wasted kinetic energy of trucks and producing zero emissions renewable electricity.
Infinite Cooling (Cambridge, MA) solves the global water crisis by recovering water from the cooling towers in power plants.
Watchtower Robotics (Boston, MA) has manufactured a proprietary robot that scouts pipes to find leaks before they become a big problem, thus saving money and water waste.
Caide Systems (Lowell, MA) A.I. and Deep Learning medical platform that provides algorithms for medical imaging analysis, designed for healthcare specialists (such as Radiologists and MDs).
CareALine (Danvers, MA) the only FDA registered, clinically tested, reimbursable securement sleeves that protect vascular access lines; they secure IV lines both during and after treatment, support independent living and minimize infection occurrence.
NonSpec (Lowell, MA) is committed to providing affordable, off-the-shelf, adjustable prosthetic limbs to amputees of all ages worldwide.
Thrive Bioscience (Wakefield, MA) commercializing a previously unavailable suite of automated, non-microbial cell culture instruments to meet the needs of the large research, drug discovery, drug development and regenerative medicine markets.
Zata Pharmaceuticals (Worcester, MA) provides full blood transfusion safety by selectively eliminating genomic pathogen molecules present in the donated blood.
Boston Uncornered by College Bound Dorchester (Dorchester, MA) redirects the entrepreneurial, networking and leadership skills of gang-involved youth from violence and incarceration to obtaining college credentials and family sustaining wages, driving positive change in their neighborhoods.
Fathers’ Uplift (Dorchester, MA) programs and therapeutic interventions that support fathers in overcoming barriers, so they can be positively and sustainably involved in their children’s lives.
Lumind Foundation (Burlington, MA) supports and stimulates biomedical research that will accelerate the development of treatments to significantly improve cognition, including memory, learning and speech for individuals with Down Syndrome.
MediCapt by Physicians for Human Rights (Boston, MA) is a mobile app that captures, preserves and transmits forensic evidence in human rights violations.
Work Vessels for Veterans (Mystic, CT) is equipping America’s returning veterans with the tools they need to start a business, or pursue a career.
128Technology (Burlington, MA) makes business networks simpler, more agile and secure, by understanding source, destination and directionality of bi-directional flows, topology and business policies.
AwayR A.I. (Cambridge, MA) software solutions for Human Machine Interface (HMI) development in automotive, defense, space and other applications.
A Cloud of My Own (Cambridge, MA) protects all the IoT devices in your smart home from being hacked and used against you.
Owl Labs (Somerville, MA) produces a 360-degree videoconferencing tool that provides remote attendees with an experience that makes them feel inside the room.
Triax Technologies (Norwalk, CT) have developed advanced IoT construction tech enabling a connected job-site, providing real-time, data-driven visibility into construction workers, equipment and safety.
Aurea Lighting by Bambu Global (Lowell, MA) is world’s first and only bio-friendly lighting solution; the patented technology has a proven capability to transform light energy rather than merely filtering it.
Compt (Boston, MA) a mobile app that allows organizations to offer their employees the perks they want and need most, by creating flexible and fully customizable lifestyle spending accounts.
FoodPhone (Hopkinton, MA) is an advanced and affordable smartphone camera and AI technology that analyzes food content, quality and quantity.
Pong Robotics (Nashua, NH) has developed a robotic solution to promote health and independent living for people with mobility problems.
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