We are surrounded by and composed of fluids, and their boundary conditions control much of the physical world. In every fluid, flow is characterized and controlled by physical characteristics including Reynolds number, laminar flow, viscosity, density, miscibility, Newtonian behavior, and surface tension. Adjusting these factors can yield significant and unexpected changes, and create great new opportunities. Flight, batteries, and air conditioning are but a few examples of where engineers manipulated boundary conditions for useful purposes.
The human body is driven by trillions of cells, many filled with billions of proteins, which function completely on passive diffusion and active transport. By controlling diffusion and flow, cellular boundary conditions affect every action, from neurons to kidneys, from red blood cells to muscles. (Boundary conditions also control the differentiated expression of DNA.) As understanding and controlling the boundary conditions of air allowed man to land on the moon, we see similar breakthrough opportunities in living systems for an equally amazing effect.
Our company was founded by seasoned medical device entrepreneurs. We bring an expert in blood coagulopathy together with a medicinal chemist and a nuclear engineer. Between us, we have started 8 companies, most of which were successfully exited or continue to thrive. While we have advanced degrees from Duke University, the Indian Institute of Technology, and Harvard Business School, we garnered our greatest education from our failures, which we carry as badges of honor. With dozens of patents and a strong history of NIH funding, we recently scored a perfect (Impact Score) 10 on an NIH grant, an exceedingly rare accomplishment. (Rest assured, we have also been hammered by reviewers in the past.) Regardless, we continue to dare mighty things.
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