The challenge of raising venture capital for start-ups outside the coasts is always challenging, and it gets more so when the new business is in the life science space. Here’s a good success story about a company in the nation’s heartland that landed $33 million soon after securing its first-ever federal permission to market a device that uses artificial intelligence to diagnose eye disease. And, for good measure, it was a technology coming out of a university.
"China Town Hall"
- Room 377A, Student Union, UT, Knoxville
- Nov 18 2019
ETEC "After Hours"
- Ts117, 701 Scarboro Road, Oak Ridge
- Nov 19 2019
KTech "Cybersecurity in the Cloud Lunch & Learn"
- JIAMS, UT Research Park @ Cherokee Farm
- Nov 20 2019
"Bunker Brews Knoxville" Meet-up
- Blackhorse Brew & Pub, 430 South Gay Street, Knoxville
- Nov 21 2019
TAEBC "Opportunities in Energy" Forum
- The Square Room, 4 Market Square, Knoxville
- Dec 05 2019