The World Economic Forum Recognizes Inscopix as a Technology Pioneer

Inscopix as a Technology Pioneer

GENEVA, Aug. 5, 2015 /PRNewswire/ — The World Economic Forum today recognized Inscopix, Inc. (“Inscopix”), as a Technology Pioneer (2015), an honor that it bestows on a selection of the world’s most innovative companies. Inscopix, a California based discovery-phase neuroscience company, is a leading provider of integrated solutions for observing and decoding brain activity. Inscopix is also a private-sector partner of the U.S. Presidential BRAIN Initiative.

Remarking on the award, Kunal Ghosh, Inscopix C.E.O, said, “Inscopix is deeply honored to be recognized by the World Economic Forum as a Technology Pioneer. This recognition will serve as a force multiplier for our efforts to draw attention to the need for both game-changing innovations for understanding the brain in action and for new models for their dissemination and integration into 21stcentury platforms for neuro drug development.”

This year a jury comprised of top academics, venture capitalists, entrepreneurs, and corporate executives, selected 49 companies from around the world. The companies were selected through a rigorous process for their technology, leadership, and impact on business and society. Past recipients include Google (2001), Wikimedia (2007), and Dropbox (2011). The Technology Pioneers will be felicitated for their achievements at the forum’s “Summer Davos” meeting to be held in September in Dalian, People’s Republic of China.

About Inscopix:

Inscopix is a neuroscience company that develops integrated solutions for understanding the brain in action. Inscopix serves its clients in over a hundred academic and neuropharmaceutical research laboratories through its flagship brain imaging product nVista HD, data analytics suite, Mosaic, and training workshops. Inscopix is pursuing a rigorous science-centric approach to technological innovation, creating unprecedented opportunities to advance fundamental brain research and the development of treatments for brain disorders such as Alzheimer’s disease, schizophrenia, and Autism.

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