LifeCellAgglutination LCA: a new tool for rapid detection of infectious diseases
This team of young graduates is developing a diagnostic device for the rapid detection of infections. Quick and effective detection is key to tackling many diseases. Faster detection often makes all the difference when it comes to treating infections. This new tool that the young engineers have developed could provide a solution for developing countries. The project won the Gebert Rüf Stiftung First Venture Award in June 2019, which opened up great new opportunities for this new HEI start-up.
|Prix First Venture de la Fondation Gebert Rüf|
|Cindy Weber, Melinda Uccella|
|Technologie du vivant|
Nivitec: Fly for Life
This start-up has developed an autonomous drone that can find avalanche victims more quickly. The drone provides rescuers with a faster, safer way to search: it reduces search time and reduces the risks to rescuers. The Business Experience (BEX) programme offered by HES-SO Valais-Wallis enabled this team of young entrepreneurs to work on the project during their studies.
Prix First Venture de la Fondation Gebert Rüf
Finaliste du Prix Créateur BCVs
|Jonathan Michel, Vincent Bontempelli, Stephanie Ferreira|
Clean-Boat is developing and marketing a cleaning brush specifically designed for cleaning boat hulls.
|Alexandre Braissant, Thuy Ly Nguyen and Laurent Forrer|
|CleanBoat & Team | CleanBoat (clean-boat.ch)|
The entire Clean-Boat team