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Mike Smith

Cal Bruno
February 16, 2024
VCMap v1.0 Release
Bio::Neos worked with MCW to develop VCMap, an interactive web based app that allows users to compare genomes of 11 different species.
Ally Schmidt
December 22, 2023
Celebrating a Year of Growth and Achievements: A Look Back at 2023
A look back on what our team has accomplished in 2023!
Ally Schmidt
December 4, 2023
Understanding ChatGPT and AI: A Beginner’s Guide
A short blog about what AI is and what ChatGPT is!
Ally Schmidt
November 6, 2023
2023 CEO of the Year
Our very own, Steve Davis, is TAI 2023 CEO of the Year!
Ally Schmidt
October 17, 2023
Customized Technology Solutions in Breast Cancer Detection and Treatment
Breast Cancer Technology is growing by the day! Learn about the common breast cancer technology that is changing lives!
Ally Schmidt
September 27, 2023
Aligning Software Development with Company Strategy
All software companies work a little differently. Learn how Bio::Neos works as a strategic partner.
Ally Schmidt
August 30, 2023
Embracing Growth: Summer Intern Experience
Our two summer interns take time to reflect on their experiences!
Ally Schmidt
July 13, 2023
Behind the Code: Bio::Neos current projects with Jevon
Learn about two projects Jevon is currently working on, OmniLife Health and PTGQ.
Ally Schmidt
June 27, 2023
Why Safe Zone Training is important to Bio::Neos
Annually Bio::Neos participates in Safe Zone Training. Learn more why in this blog!

Case Studies

Bio::Neos, Case Studies. Sue working with a student in therapy through the classroom clinic platform.

Classroom Clinic

Our client was focused on defining what problems her customers were facing and what she could do to address them.However, her vision of the final platform lacked a clear roadmap for implementation and adoption into the community. She needed a team to make this dream into a reality.


Infondrian has been actively developing a generalized software application to bring the benefits of their technology to all radiation therapy treatment centers. This web application would aim to increasing treatment quality of radiation oncology patients through a radiology database verification system. While the initial proof-of-concept implementation was a success, Infondrian needed help bringing the ChartAlert software up to an enterprise level of quality.

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