On an otherwise reasonable evening, more than 1,000 people packed an auditorium in Boulder, Colorado, for the culmination of the 2011 Unreasonable Institute. They came to see 27 ventures  present their solutions to some of the world’s greatest challenges.

Myshkin Ingawale, CEO and Co-Founder of Biosense Technologies shares how his startup is building things that save lives in the developing world, such as a device that screens for a preventable condition that currently causes a death of a mother and child every minute. 

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Biosense is building technologies to eliminate maternal and infant deaths caused by anemia. Our business model is based on screening and monitoring of the population for anaemia for better diagnosis and treatment; We would be rolling out ToucHb a novel, non-invasive hemoglobin estimating device which can be used by governments and organizations in the present healthcare scenario.

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