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According to Michael Gamber, Head of the Innovation Center in Darmstadt, “Due to the number of high-quality applications from over 60 countries, selecting startups for our fifth round in Darmstadt and our fourth intake in Nairobi was not easy.
In comparison to the first Accelerator intake back in 2015, we can see that digitalization now plays an even greater role across the healthcare and life science sectors, guaranteeing even faster and easier ways for patients to manage their diseases.
Startups from the Accelerator in Darmstadt include Oculyze from Wildau, Germany, which has invented a hand-held microscope that enables scientists to access an easy image recognition service from anywhere in the world.
The hand-held microscope consists of an optical module, a smartphone, and an application that is connected to the server hosting the image analysis software.