The Folsom-based startup Foodom launched in March 2020 to bring experienced cooks into the homes of busy families.
The recent spate of mergers and acquisitions in the Capital Region tells a story beyond the pandemic, speaking to growing interest in the area and a red-hot financial craze that catapults private companies into public markets.
House calls are convenient for the patient and can give the visiting physician or nurse a big-picture idea of the environmental factors affecting the patient’s health.
It’s unclear if telehealth will remain on its current trajectory once the pandemic is over, but one thing is clear: Decisions made now will be critical for the future of its innovation.
Code for America’s Clear My Record initiative has been working to automate the record expungement process at the county level, chiefly regarding marijuana convictions in California, since 2016.
As COVID-19 vaccines roll out worldwide, InVixa is working on a new delivery method for a cholesterol-lowering drug to treat respiratory inflammation caused by the coronavirus.
Comstock’s spoke to Dyer about her company’s function as an accelerator of medical advancement.
Women founders in the Capital Region are developing groundbreaking technology in biotech and ag-tech, emerging industries where territory is still uncharted.
Lorie Symon is the president of the El Dorado Hills-based aerospace manufacturer Aerometals, which specializes in prolonging the lives of older aircraft for companies like Boeing.
In a world of portability and to-go orders, Grass Valley-based startup BoxPower delivers energy in a box.