Now that electrocardiogram (ECG) monitors have become comfortably wearable for adults, enabling more frequent heart monitoring than was possible outside of medical settings, researchers are preparing to take the technology to the next level. Belgian R&D firm Imec and spin-off Bloomlife announced today that they have prototyped “the... Read More →
By Jonah Comstock August 15, 2016 San Francisco-based Bloomlife has raised $4 million for its smartphone-connected pregnancy-tracking wearable, bringing the startup’s total funding to $6 million. The round was led by Marc Benioff and Efficient Capacity, with additional contributions from... Read More →
Bloom Technologies wins Extreme Tech Challenge. Dy's presentation landed Bloom Technologies the big win. Bloom Technologies will make its device available to consumers this summer. With that launch date just a few months away, Dy honed his pitch to tightly focus on the startup's commercialization strategy and plans to gain traction after hitting the market.
February 10, 2016 — Necker Island, British Virgin Islands — A company dedicated to saving the lives of pre-term babies captured the attention of Sir Richard Branson and other judges at the Extreme Tech Challenge (XTC) finals today, as Bloom Technologies... Read More →
Bloom Technologies combines physiological monitoring with data analytics to reassure moms, while providing doctors with better information to improve birth outcomes. Bloom Technologies is accepted into the latest class of 14 healthcare technology companies that will participate in Healthbox's combined Salt Lake City Studio and Intermountain Foundry Program.