Posts Tagged "Zyrobotics"

Tips For Keeping Your Kids Busy During Your Summer Road Trip

Summer road trips are not only a tradition, they’re a necessity. Whether you’re taking the kids to Disney World or your in-laws house in the country, kids will expect the entertainment to ensue the second their seat belt clicks. How

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Do I have to leave to launch?

It started with a diagnosis. In 2011, chemical and biochemical engineer Jessica Winter learned that she had breast cancer—ironically just 3 months after she had begun breast tumor studies in her lab at Ohio State University (OSU), Columbus. “These are

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Georgia Tech Spinoff Wins Prestigious Recognition for STEM Educational Product

Zyrobotics’ Zumo Learning System was awarded the 2016 Seal of Excellence and Kid’s Product of the Year in the educational systems category by Creative Child Magazine for their e-learning system that facilitates multisensory learning. Zyrobotics is pleased to announce that

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An Interview With Zyrobotics Founder and CTO Dr. Ayanna Howard

Dr. Ayanna Howard, Founder and CTO of Zyrobotics, was recently interviewed by IdeaMensch.  Check out this insightful interview below: Dr. Howard has over 13 years of R&D experience covering a number of projects that have been supported by a range

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Zumo Turtle Wins Global Elevate Award

Zyrobotics takes home the Global Elevate Award in the Education category for their e-learning system that facilitates tactile-based learning. Atlanta, GA—Zyrobotics, an educational technology company, won the Global Elevate Award for their Zumo Learning System. Hosted by BarrierBreak, a cohort

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Zyrobotics Named Top Innovator 2016 for Wireless Mobile Technology

The Wireless Technology Forum named Zyrobotics Top Innovator 2016 for their mobile devices and accessible learning platforms for children with and without special needs. Atlanta, GA— Zyrobotics, an educational technology company, is transforming the way individuals can interact with mobile

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Zyrobotics wins $750K National Science Foundation grant

The National Science Foundation (NSF) awarded Zyrobotics a $750,000 Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) Phase II grant that continues the startup’s work in developing an accessible educational platform for children with special needs. Launched in September 2013 by Ayanna Howard,

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Zyrobotics Awarded Phase II Funding from the National Science Foundation

NSF SBIR grant aids in the research and expansion of inclusive technology company Atlanta, Ga—Zyrobotics, an award-winning educational technology company just announced that they have received Phase II funding from the National Science Foundation (NSF), Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR)

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Zyrobotics Crowned Shark Tank Winner at the 6th Annual Academic & Industry Intersection Conference

Atlanta, Ga– Zyrobotics, a rising assistive technology company, became shark tank winner at the 6th Annual Academic & Industry Intersection Conference (AIIC), which brings together academic/industry experts and professionals within the life science, medical and technology sectors. The AIIC is hosted

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