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OmniVis will be attending SOCAP Global for the third time as a Virtual Scholarship Entrepreneur Winner! In the past, we have had the opportunity to attend interesting keynote speaker sessions, make new connections, grow our network, and create partnerships with other attendees. …

Working at a startup from an Engineering perspective.

Everyone knows working in a startup has a lot of advantages and challenges. No matter if you are a young graduate, or even when you already have a couple of years or extensive experience under your belt, working at a start-up brings…

After a difficult year working from home during the pandemic, we were delighted to all go back to the office, meet each other in person again and have our first team meeting and team building in person.

On Friday, July 16, 2021, OmniVis organized our midyear team meeting. This is…

Tell us about your journey, how did you accomplish being the Co-Founder and CEO of OmniVis?

I was working on my dissertation on a particular flow visualization method and applying it to biomedical problems. My PI’s, Drs. Steven Wereley and Tamara Kinzer-Ursem saw some of the work I was doing…

Testing COVID-19 in wastewater.

COVID-19 testing numbers are dropping in the US. And that’s bad news.
Without testing, there is no way to keep track of where the pandemic is headed and whether the vaccines are working. “While the public may view vaccination as a priority right now, and it…

The fact that the COVID-19 pandemic will have a widespread impact on the way we are doing business is a well-known fact. But how does the COVID-19 pandemic affect the Biotechnology industry?

In the short history of Biotechnology, the industry has been protected against downstream market fluctuations. Nonetheless, high labor…

Please tell us a little bit about yourself.

I was born and raised in Sacramento, CA, and have come to love that city. Recently, I graduated from San Diego State University with a BS in Mechanical Engineering with an emphasis in Bioengineering. Aside from school, I love all things sports! …

Please tell us a little bit about yourself.

I am a computational engineer and I enjoy using scientific computing and data-driven approaches to solve real-world problems.

How did having a Ph.D. in Mechanical Science & Engineering prepare you for a career in the biotech industry?

My Ph.D. research work was in the fields of computational nanofluidics/nanobiotechnology. I built computational tools to understand and exploit the fluid behavior in/around micro/nanoscale geometries with targeted applications in the areas of:

Abigail Brazil — Mechanical Engineering Intern @ OmniVis

Please tell us a bit about yourself.

My name is Abby Brazil and I am a mechanical engineering intern at OmiVis Inc. I am currently a senior at Dartmouth College in Hanover, NH, majoring in mechanical engineering and minoring in environmental science. I also am a captain and distance athlete on the Dartmouth cross country and track…

A biotech startup’s take on the ins and outs of COVID-19 testing

COVID-19 Home Test by Annie Spratt on Unsplash

At the end of 2020, we witnessed the FDA approval of two major COVID-19 vaccines, one from Moderna and one from Pfizer. …


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