Following the death of a friend in Oregon’s backcountry, Caleb Carr was driven to develop gurney stabilization technology for first responders during helicopter rescues. Carr says he developed the technology about two years ago while a student at the University of Colorado Denver. But as Carr navigated the usual hurdles every entrepreneur encounters on the […]

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