With a total pool of $380,000, $165,000 in cash and $215,000 in in-kind and investment prizes, this is the largest prize pool yet for the Texas A&M New Ventures Competition (TNVC). This year’s startups include companies from across a wide spectrum of fields including healthcare, IT/software, digital health, transportation and clean energy technology.
Three College Station startups are among the 16 semifinalists announced for the 2018 Texas A&M New Ventures Competition (TNVC). At the May 17 competition, judges will narrow the field of 16 semi-finalists from across Texas down to six finalists. The final judging round begins at 1 p.m. and is open to the public and the media. The finals will take place in the All American Club at Kyle Field.
Noninvasix, the winner of the 2015 Texas A&M New Ventures Competition, has developed a noninvasive device that monitor fetal and neonatal brain oxygenation levels in babies. As a result of winning the competition, Randall and his team have been able to develop the technology further.
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