Ravata Received NIH SBIR Funding

Ravata Solutions has been awarded a National Institute of Health (NIH) Phase 1 SBIR. The company’s cutting edge utilization of microfluidic automation, a proven sensing platform microfabricated for embryos, and proprietary embryo datasets for AI development set it apart when determining the embryo most likely to induce a pregnancy. Read the article >

Breathing Easier

Meet an inspiring changemaker for a better world. UC Davis alumnus Benjamin Wang, founder of NeVap, is featured in UC Davis Magazine for his efforts during the COVID-19 pandemic. Wang won the 2014 Big Bang! Business Competition for his innovation of a breathing tube that minimizes the potential for infection. Read the article >

Entrepreneurial Success Focus of Academy Program

A new offering from UC Davis is focused on helping participants identify commercial application for their research. The National Veterinary Entrepreneurship Academy is designed to help researchers, faculty, postdocs, and students in veterinary medicine and science learn to identify, develop, and validate the commercial potential of their research. Read the article >

Aging with Dignity

On this podcast hosted by Frank Zaccari, past Big Bang! Business Competition contestants Cerecell and Caregivers Pathway Inc. discuss their contributions towards helping seniors who are experiencing some of the challenges associated with aging. Listen to the podcast >