Reprinted from the November 2016 issue of Explore published by the UMKC Office of Research and Economic Development. To view the publication, click here.
Zorilla Research headed by Gerald Wyckoff, professor of molecular biology and biochemistry, was featured in the December issue of Thinking Bigger, a Kansas City publication focusing on small business and entrepreneurship. Zorilla Research uses a computerized system that helps predict problem interactions of a drug in the early stages of development. To view the article, please click here.
Chi-Ming Huang’s startup, SeudoSkull, is creating a sensor that can tell if the head movement of, say, a football player is normal, unusual or dangerous specifically for that person. This could help in concussion protocols. Mark Davis firstname.lastname@example.org
To read the full story published in The Kansas City Star Nov. 25, 2016, click here.