“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
“After a number of models and tests and prototypes designed with user feedback, Hsia and her team created a heating pack from inexpensive materials that could provide warmth without electricity or grid power and was easy to recharge. They built a warming blanket that could be used specifically for preterm infants, which they ran through […]
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 […]
Warmilu won the Most Needed in Market Award at the Green Light Business Competition! This just helps remind all of us how important our cause is to spread the warmth and keep infants warm.
A new infographic from the Warmilu homepage. Check out our other new infographics
Warmilu hopes to help get that number to 0 with our technology! unicefusa: Today, UNICEF announced that the worldwide child mortality rate has dropped 41% since 1990! But this means there are still 19,000 children dying every day from preventable causes. We believe it should be ZERO. Reblog this if you believe, too.
Shwetha Maddur of Warmilu talks about sustainability as a guest blogger on Maternova. Click here to read the full article!