This past week, all the way from Amsterdam, Henk-Jan Boele, CEO and founder of BlinkLab stayed up till after midnight to give a fantastic virtual presentation about what the company is doing and where it’s headed during Princeton Entrepreneurship Council‘s Conference. BlinkLab made some tsunami sized waves in the Princeton startup scene by winning a poll for favorite […]
We are looking forward to our presentation of BlinkLab and the technology/research behind it at BioNJ’s Twelfth Annual BioPartnering Virtual Conference on May 9-13, 2022. This conference will feature interactive plenary sessions, 1:1 partnering sessions, company presentations, and networking. 2021 Conference Highlights Included: Approximately 500 life science attendees inclusive of executives, investors, institution exhibitors and business development professionals 9 countries 20 states plus the District of […]
I-Corps Northeast Hub Regional program has awarded BlinkLab with a mentoring partnership that will assist in the journey of customer discovery and commercialization of the smartphone application. The team is honored and open to learning the methodology, committing to the process and working together to make the most out of this program.
Tiger Entrepreneurs Conference will showcase BlinkLab, along with five other postdoc, faculty and alumni of Princeton University, that will present their startups to the audience. You can sign up and attend via Zoom to see what BlinkLab has been up to and follow along where we are headed! The event will take place April 7th, […]
Sam Wang, member of BlinkLab’s Scientific Advisory Board gave a stellar presentation of the technology and research behind the BlinkLab app. The presentation spans a wide array of topics including: The core idea of BlinkLab A demonstration and explanation of eyeblink conditioning on a participant The correlation between autism and the cerebellum
New data released this week in Autism Journal suggests that parent-led interventions based on research-setting interventions are still effective if they are given at home. The study suggests that, “…parents learned the strategies that were designed to help them support their toddlers’ development. Also, toddlers made gains in their language, communication, and social skills. Importantly, […]
“Princeton has an assignment of an invention entitled “Eyeblink conditioning using a mobilephone device” which was invented at the university by Professor Sam Wang and Dr. Henk-JanBoele. Princeton desires to have the invention perfected so that resulting products may be madeavailable for public use and benefit as soon as possible.” As of November 15th, 2021 […]
During the virtual conference on December 2nd, Engage 2021: Princeton Innovation, Sam Wang and Henk-Jan Boele present BlinkLab’s smartphone technology to detect neurobehavorial conditions such as schizophrenia and autism. Read more about the conference