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Grand Prize Award

20th Annual Innovative Idea Competition

Biomaterix founder Emily Kight visits Fox 29 Philly to explain how she came up with Prohibere, a leave-in conditioner that uses hot & cold sensations to help those suffering from trichotillomania or migraines.

Biomaterix founder Emily Kight visits Fox 29 Philly to explain how she came up with Prohibere, a leave-in conditioner that uses hot & cold sensations to help those suffering from trichotillomania or migraines.

TEMPLE NEWS Cover page on Emily Kight personal approach to engineering

TEMPLE NEWS Cover page on Emily Kight personal approach to engineering

Emily opens up about her 2 decade battle spent fighting the inclination to pull her hair. Now, she explains how she is helping others with Trichotillomania to effectively manage their own impulses.

Emily opens up about her 2 decade battle spent fighting the inclination to pull her hair. Now, she explains how she is helping others with Trichotillomania to effectively manage their own impulses.

 

Spring 2017 Prohibere wins 2nd place for $10,000 at Temple University Be Your Own Boss Bowl 

Fall 2016 19th Annual Innovative Idea Competition, Prohibere wins 2nd out of 446

Fall 2016 19th Annual Innovative Idea Competition, Prohibere wins 2nd out of 446