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“Uma Ramabadran and Gillian Ryan, Kettering physics professors, are partnering with Warmilu, an Ann Arbor startup whose goal is to provide incubated blankets to villages in India, Chile, Kazakhstan and Kenya that lack electricity. They want to discover how to make the warming packs stay warmer longer.” Click here to read the article
The core technology used in Warmilu’s blankets has been around for decades, and is similar to what’s used in glove-warming packs that are popular in Michigan this time of year. The blankets contain a detachable pack filled with what Hsia describes as “phase-changing” materials, meaning they go from a liquid to a solid, or vice-versa. […]
The team at Warmilu has discovered that nothing is as easy as it seems, especially when you’re trying to create a new product from scratch. The downtown Ann Arbor-based startup has been working to bring its warming blanket technology to market for the last year but has run into snags along the way, such as […]
At last! Putting technology into the hands of those serving the infants who need it most during pilot clinical trials. These are photos from the Warmilu pilot clinical trials in Bangalore, India. Warmilu warming pack and warming blanket (IncuBlanket) An initiated warming pack ready for insertion into the IncuBlanket. After recharging the warming pack in […]
“Grace Hsia is passionate about saving infant lives. So passionate she decided to become an entrepreneur and enroll in the University of Michigan’s inaugural Master of Entrepreneurship class. When Hsia was a materials-science engineering student at the university, she discovered some sobering data from the World Health Organization.” – By Amy Haimerl, June 02, 2013 […]
A recent article in The Journal of Tropical Medicine and International Health entitled Innovative newborn health technology for resource-limited environments concluded that: “Many medical devices designed for newborns in the developing world are under development or in the early stages of production, but the vast majority of them are not available when and where they […]
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