About Us

SeeTrue Technology is an industry leader in creating novel Glass and 3D-Nanoprinted Microneedles, revolutionizing the microinjection industry.

Addressing issues with variability, susceptibility to clogging, poor visibility and cellular adherence, the next generation of Microneedles provides measurable differences in reliability, accuracy, and ease of use. With broad applications in cellular and reproductive science, Microneedles have the potential to advance multiple streams of research and development and deliver real world impact.

Based on the patented technology of Dr Kinneret Rand, Founder and CEO, SeeTrue Technology is advancing Microneedle manufacturing, research and development and biomedical applications. With academic and industrial collaboration between the University of Maryland Baltimore County and University of Maryland College Park, SeeTrue combines academic insight with real work application.

Company Achievements:

  • US and EU Patented Technology – 3D-Nanoprinted & Glass Microneedles.

  • Recipient of National Institute of Health and National Science Foundation grants and awards.

  • Winner of the Maryland Industrial Partnerships Award to develop new technology.

  • Maryland Tech Council Venture Mentor Program – receiving mentorship by 5 leading business mentors.

Updates

Kinneret Rand, Founder and CEO of SeeTrue Technology, joins the entrepreneurial training course of the I-Corps GO at George Washington University (Accelerate DC) as a mentor.

 

More about Accelerate DC Program

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Kinneret Rand-Yadin
Founder & CEO

A PhD scientist with extensive experience across a diverse range of platforms. Extensive industry experience in product development, assay and systems development, product transfer, and manufacturing with emphasis on process improvement, quality, and productivity, in a GLP and GMP environment.     

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Rose
Zilberberg
Chemical Engineer

A chemical engineering student with a background in biology and chemistry.

Rose has experience working in Tissue/Nerve engineering research, as well as Chemistry laboratories. She hopes to pursue a PhD in Bioengineering.