Karyosoft successfully completed NSF-I-Corps SBIR Phase 0 and started I-Corps GO
Updated: Jan 19, 2019
Carmel, Indiana., September 15, 2018- Karyosoft successfully completed prestigious nationally competitive National Science Foundation (NSF) - I-Corps Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) Phase 0 pilot program. Through this program and also NSF- Introduction to Customer Discovery (ICD), we interviewed 130+ experts conducting microbiome research in R&D, business and legal and learned key insights of microbiome industry and most importantly the customer needs.
Now, we are participating in NSF- I-Corps Go Entrepreneur Assistance Program which is a matching award program that is offered by the NSF Midwest I-Corps Node (MWIN) targeted to entrepreneurs with technology that has a strong potential for commercialization. Please visit this site to learn more about this program: https://www.midwesticorps.org/programs/sbir-phase-0/
Karyosoft LLC was founded with a mission to empower microbiome biologists with easy to use software solutions for their omics data and accelerate time to market for their innovations in life sciences. We believe microbiome biologists should spend less time managing data and more time on answering biological questions that are valuable to their organizations. Our vision is to become industry leaders in providing next generation customized software solutions that make complex omics data analytics simple in microbiome research. Karyosoft LLC is technology start-up headquartered in Carmel, Indiana, USA. (www.karyosoft.com). Please send a mail to email@example.com for further information.