Twin Cities startup gets Google support, starts study

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Katharine Grayson, Minneapolis-St.Paul Business Journal

“Can high-tech cubes and a not-so-exciting video game help diagnose attention deficit hyperactive disorder (ADHD)?

Software developer Kurt Roots and Monika Heller, a child and adolescent psychiatrist, are betting on it with their startup, CogCubed.

The Minneapolis-based company last week launched a pilot study of its video game, called Groundskeeper. The study comes a couple months after Google awarded the startup $20,000 in support services.”

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