Two Iowa startups and participants in the Iowa Go-To-Market Accelerator have secured funding from the Iowa Economic Authority.
Classroom Clinic was awarded a $25,000 Proof of Commercial Relevance (POCR) loan for market analysis and IP development and evaluation. The Carroll-based company offers innovative, school-based telehealth services to rural school districts with a goal of improving academic achievement and increasing graduation rates and advancement to postsecondary education.
FBB Biomed, based in Iowa City, secured a $25,000 POCR loan to expand its intellectual property portfolio. It develops IP to measure and control ribonucleic acid (RNA) associated with disease severity, and licenses it for use in diagnostics and therapeutics development.