Module has received the Grand Challenges Canada (GCC)

Module Innovations Pvt. Ltd. , a resident incubatee of Venture Center has won Grand Challenge Canada “Stars in Global health” award of 100,000 CAD. Module Innovations proposes to develop a rapid, simple and low-cost strip for early screening of cervical cancer at the point-of-care.

A total of 13 ideas from India have been selected for the grants out of 100 selected globally. Grand Challenges Canada will invest over 10 million Canadian dollar to test new ideas to address challenges in women and children health in developing countries. Funded by the Government of Canada and other partners, Grand Challenges Canada supports innovators in low- and middle-income countries and Canada. The bold ideas Grand Challenges Canada supports integrate science and technology, social and business innovation – known as Integrated Innovation.

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Module Innovations wins Unitus Seed Fund StartHealth Competition-3

Module Innovations Pvt Ltd-a resident incubatee of Venture Center is the winner of this year’s intensive, two-month long StartHealth competition, hosted by Unitus Seed Fund, India’s leading venture seed fund supporting startups innovating for the masses.
Module Innovations Pvt Ltd (a spin-off created under Lab2Mkt program of Venture Center) promoted by Sachin Dubey and Usman Khan is working towards developing a low-cost portable point-of-care diagnostic device for microbial infections.

Read more about Module Innovations here.