Presentations extended beyond the stage, as a number of summer fellows and Yale student innovators participated in postering and tabling at the event.
17O1 Records: Jackson Downey (YC ’25), Tess Levy (YC ’25), Alika Osadolor-Hernandez (YC ’25)
17O1 Records is a record label producing original music for Yale student artists.
Catala: Dana Joseph (SPH '22), Newlyn Joseph, Adrian Joseph
Catalace is an oncology software platform that combines conventional AI algorithms with novel precision medicine data analytics to improve cancer detection.
Earthos: Wangbiao Guo, Jenny Yao
Earthos is a venture aimed at delivering zero-carbon solutions, focusing on harnessing microalgae to convert CO2 emissions from flue gas or the atmosphere into valuable bioproducts, such as pet foods.
Elevation Med Prep: Brendan Adkinson (MED '23)
Elevation Med Prep elevates medical school applicants from underrepresented, first-generation, and disadvantaged backgrounds by making admissions consulting accessible to everyone — regardless of their ability to pay.
Lucid.care: Clara Guo (MED ’24, SOM ’24), Aleksandra Galaszewicz (SOM ’24)
Lucid.care bridges the patient-provider “data gap” by bringing data to clinical encounters and using AI-enabled predictions to personalize care.
A soap out of pineapple scraps from the dining halls, making for a more sustainable campus environment.
Sailvest: Neil Mathew
Helping mom-and-pop real estate investors find the best rental properties.
Sillable: Aaron Daniels (YC '23, Burton Lyng-Olsen (YC '25)
Sillable is a mobile application that allows retail consumers to search for products sold in local stores. Independent retailers build an online “storefront” to display products and deals to consumers, who receive rewards for purchasing within their community.
Society of Women Engineers (SWE)
SWE is an organization dedicated to creating a space for women and gender minorities in Yale's engineering department. Between our connections with national SWE, the graduate Yale SWE chapter, and other professional affinity groups on campus, we strive to make engineering a welcoming place for all.
Studio Heartbreak: Alice Mao (YC '24)
Studio Heartbreak is an internet-based animation studio that produces independent stories with intensive creative marketing strategies.
The Darks Art: Stephan Oliveira (YC ’24)
The Darks Art creates and sells patches, stickers, and apparel inspired by punk and queer.
Vialista Foundation: Philip Ratnasamy (MED ’25), Nana Adenu-Mensah (MED ’22), Katelyn Rudisill
Vialista Foundation’s mission is to improve job accessibility and economic well-being in a low-income urban community in Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India, we aim to establish a digital skills education program with an English learning parallel application. This intervention will enable high school dropouts and graduates to learn skills that facilitate employment in the corporate sector.
VIP3: Charles Xue
VIP3 is the first all-in-one web3 benefits and membership platform. After minting a VIP3 membership card on a blockchain, users can get extra rewards and discounts from 30+ web3 apps like BN, TokenPocket, OKX, etc.
WealthMeUp: Feli Oikonomopoulou (SOM ’24)
WealthMeUp is a female-first app offering personalized financial education.
Y2K Psilocybin Services: Sydney Morrison (YC ’25), Adriana Abad Castro (YC ’25), Eduardo Castro Munoz (YC ’29)
Y2K Psilocybin Services provides diversity-informed facilitation of psilocybin mushroom journeys in a cooperative structure that supports community healing.
Yale Entrepreneurial Society (YES)
Founded in 1999, YES is a 501(c)(3) non-profit dedicated to supporting student innovation and entrepreneurship at Yale.
The Yale Undergraduate Coalition for Advocacy and Innovation (YUCAI)
YUCAI finds comprehensive, social impact solutions through collaborative ideation while providing a union of unwavering support for its members.