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September 21, 2017
The Tom Tom Founders Festival’s inaugural Fall Forum on Friday will feature two panel discussions on major growth industries in the Charlottesville area: biotechnology and machine learning. Machine learning is a subset of artificial intelligence that allows computers to learn from data without human intervention. Over the last decade ...
December 17, 2016
In a nondescript storefront across from the Habitat Resale Store on Harris Street, a small biomedical engineering firm is hoping to revolutionize male contraception. Contraline, founded by University of Virginia graduate Kevin Eisenfrats and the late Dr. John Herr, a professor of cell biology and biomedical engineering at the university ...
June 13, 2016
THIRD IN A SERIES A Charlottesville startup with big plans to change the world of male contraception has raised the money it needs to begin the long process of Food and Drug Administration approval. Contraline, founded by University of Virginia graduate Kevin Eisenfrats and UVa professor of cell biology and ...
June 11, 2016
FIRST IN A SERIES This story is part of our #CvilleCurious project. You ask the questions, you vote on the questions you're most curious about, and we answer. To ask your question, visit the CvilleCurious page. Our first question came from Gary Henry. As Charlottesville pushes to identify itself ...
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