KARE11 – Rochester startup ‘Nanodropper’ helps reduce waste, save money on eye drops

Oct 29, 2021 | Our Company | 0 comments

ROCHESTER, Minnesota — There’s a big vision behind these small drops.


The Rochester-based startup “Nanodropper” is helping people save thousands of dollars every year on their eye drop medications through a bottle adaptor.


Allisa Song, Nanodropper CEO and one of four co-founders, said it all started when she read an article in 2017 about how drug companies make eye drops larger than the human eye can hold. The result is wasted medicine.


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