BioE Alumna’s Nanodropper Startup Gets Boost from Accelerator Program
The Nanodropper adapter reduces oversized eye droplets.
Nanodropper, a company co-founded by UW Bioengineering alumna Mackenzie Andrews, MS ’19, has completed this year’s Jones + Foster Accelerator program and received $25,000 in seed funding, the UW Foster School announced in February.
Mackenzie Andrews, BioE M.S. ’19
The Nanodropper team created an eyedropper adapter that decreases the volume of oversized eyedrops to reduce the cost and waste of expensive prescription medications. “The Accelerator pushed our team in all aspects of business and personal development,” Andrews told the Foster School’s Buerk Center for Entrepreneurship, which runs the accelerator program. “The traction we have made in just six months exceeded even our own expectations.”
Through the program, Nanodropper and six other teams in the 2019-2020 cohort completed six months of milestones under the mentorship of industry leaders.