Microscope maker Inscopix receives prestigious designation by World Economic Forum.
Last week, the World Economic Forum recognized BRAIN Initiative industry partner Inscopix as a Technology Pioneer, an honor bestowed on a selection of the world’s most innovative companies. Inscopix, a California-based neuroscience company co-founded by BRAIN Initiative grantee Mark Schnitzer, Ph.D., of Stanford University, produces brain imaging technology and data analysis software that help scientists at over a hundred academic and industry research labs observe and decode brain activity.
The Forum’s jury—composed of top academics, venture capitalists, entrepreneurs, and corporate executives—selected 48 additional companies from around the world as Technology Pioneers. Past recipients include Google (2001), Wikimedia (2007), and Dropbox (2011).