[PainWeek] Results of new research published in the journal BioMed Central Family Practice underscores the pivotal role that family members, particularly significant others (SOs) can play in helping patients with chronic musculoskeletal pain (CMP) achieve better quality of life while managing their condition. There has been general clinical agreement that the pursuit of normal activities, including […]
Two recent National Science Foundation (NSF) grants received by Kettering University are propelling collaborative and industry research that is attempting to help reduce infant mortality rates in third-world countries. Dr. Uma Ramabadran and Dr. Gillian Ryan in the Department of Physics are partnering with Warmilu, an Ann Arbor startup that is attempting to provide incubated […]
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.
The March of Dimes’ Global Action Report on Preterm Birth is a helpful tool which shows the true scope of preterm births around the globe. Learn More Here!
Happy Labor Day! For some it is a day off of work, but for many involved with Warmilu, Labor Day is a sign of the return to the academic world. Three of the Warmilu co-founders are entering graduate school this fall and our biomedical engineering intern and Head of Business Operations will continue their undergraduate […]
The Warmilu team spent Sunday working together to put the company and our overall goal first. Warmilu took some time away from market strategies and manufacturing ideas to redefine our roles and duties. For a startup, getting the roles and duties defined can be an important step. In doing this, we have eliminated down time […]