urine testing

By Laura Lovett 03:21 pm February 5, 2019
This morning Healthy.io, maker of a take home urine analysis test kit, announced a new $18 million Series B funding round. The funding round was led by Aleph, with participation from Samsung Next and private investors.  What they do The Tel Aviv, Israel-based company’s signature product is Dip.io, a home-based urinalysis kit that turns a smartphone into a clinical-grade diagnostic device. The kit...
By Jonah Comstock 09:43 am October 8, 2018
Mira, the women’s health startup that launched last month at TechCrunch disrupt and won a recent startup competition at Health 2.0, has moved fast. The three-year old company has 36 employees, a device nearly on the market, and FDA and CE Mark clearances. And almost unheard of for a tech startup, it does its own manufacturing. “We built 11,000 square feet of manufacturing facility ourselves,...
By Jonah Comstock 09:00 am September 18, 2018
Silicon Valley home diagnostics company Scanadu, best known for its Indiegogo smash hit and Tricorder X-Prize competitor the Scanadu Scout, is coming back into the spotlight after a few years, now with a new name: inui Health. The company announced today that it has received FDA clearance for its smartphone-enabled home urine testing platform that can conduct five common tests, with more to come...
By Jonah Comstock 09:43 am July 25, 2018
Correction: Thanks to an eagle-eyed reader, this story has been updated to remove the claim that Dip.io is the first FDA-cleared smartphone urine test. We've reached out to Healthy.io for comment on this development and we'll update when we hear more. Update 4/16/19: This story has been updated with additional clarity from Healthy.io about the difference between this clearance and previous...