Source: Karis Hustad, ChicagoInno

Two multiple sclerosis technologies and the data sensor Array of Things (AoT) project received a total of over $500,000 investments from the University of Chicago Innovation Fund this week.

The Fund distributes financial awards to innovative technologies and startups coming out of the University of Chicago community. The spring recipients of the Fund are 3F4AP, a PET tracer created to reveal lesions associated with multiple sclerosis during a PET scan; Therapeutic Human Exosomes, a biologic designed to repair de-myelinated neurons in multiple sclerosis; and the AoT, an urban sensing network of interactive, modular sensor boxes built by Urban Center for Computation and Data (UrbanCCD), according to the Chicago Innovation Exchange (CIE), where the fund is managed.