Droice Labs is named as one of the 10 most promising life science startups by the Houston-based Rice Alliance for Technology and Entrepreneurship at their 2020 edition of the Texas Life Science Forum.
Rice Alliance for Technology and Entrepreneurship is a US-wide initiative by Rice University to support technology startups with their solution building and commercialization efforts and has supported over 2800 companies in the last 20 years and helped them raise over $20B in funding.
Texas Life Science Forum, organized every year by Rice Alliance is a prestigious event that scouts for innovative startups in the life science industry and is one of the premier life science venture capital conferences in the United States. In November 2020, leaders, investors, and innovators from around the world gathered at the Forum to discuss COVID-19, medical technology, and the future of the life sciences industry.
Droice Labs presented their AI solution that aims to positively impact the life science industry through data-driven insights that will eventually lead to better patient care. Droice shares the hall of fame with some of the leading biotherapeutics companies that have raised over $275M in funding till date.
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