Trevor Kerth (left), senior design engineer and Dr. Mike Chi, chief technology officer of Cognionics Inc. sit with a model of wireless sensors capable of monitoring the heart, as well as the brain, without touching the skin. The startup won $25,000 in cash plus $15,000 in legal services after taking top honors in the 2010 UCSD Entrepreneur Challenge.

Trevor Kerth (left), senior design engineer and Dr. Mike Chi, chief technology officer of Cognionics Inc. sit with a model of wireless sensors capable of monitoring the heart, as well as the brain, without touching the skin. The startup won $25,000 in cash plus $15,000 in legal services after taking top honors in the 2010 UCSD Entrepreneur Challenge.

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