The upcoming women2.0 conference February 13-14 in San Francisco, moderated by Venture Beat writer Chrissy Farr, will showcase many of the rising stars in women's medcial technology startups, including Katherine Bicknell, a Graduate of the New York Founder Institute.
Katherine and her co-founder (and husband) have created Kindara, an app that helps women and their partners with fertility issues. As co-founder Will Sachs stated, Kindara's goal is "to help women get pregnant." Using the Fertility Awareness Method and data like resting body temperature and ovulation cycles, users can pinpoint days in which they are most fertile and have a higher chance for conception. An Android OS app is currently in development as Kindara looks to monitize by providing expert medical advice for paying customers.
Kindara made news in Colorado recently at the New Tech Boulder Monthly Meetup where Kindara revealed it is developing a smart thermometer that connects to mobile devices and can directly input body temperatures to help plot optimal fertility dates.
Learn more about Kindara at kindara.com/home