University of Michigan's Zell Lurie Commercialization Fund Invests in Neurable

Date: 
July 2018
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The Zell Lurie Commercialization Fund (ZLCF) – one of five student-led funds at the Samuel Zell & Robert H. Lurie Institute for Entrepreneurial Studies – announced that it has participated in the Series A round of breakthrough brain-computer interface (BCI) technology startup and University of Michigan spinout, Neurable. The ZLCF's investment will support Neurable's continued growth in the virtual reality and augmented reality market.

Co-founded by University of Michigan alumni Ramses Alcaide (PhD Neuroscience '16) and Michael Thompson (MBA '17), Neurable's revolutionary brain-computer interface enables hands-free control in virtual reality, with applications ranging from entertainment and gaming, to health and wellness, to work and productivity. Read on...