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The team of (from left) Cindy Ye, Rochelle Hua and McCormick graduate student Kevin Shi, all '15, took first place at the Suzhou New District Technological Innovation and Entrepreneurship Competition in China.

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Suzhou New District Technological Innovation and Entrepreneurship Competition

Kellogg, McCormick students win Chinese case competition

By Eva Saviano

6/12/2015 - Health and nutrition start-up Kosmode Biotechnology is the company that earned Rochelle Hua and Cindy Ye, as well as McCormick graduate student Kevin Shi, all ’15, the top prize of $5 million yuan (RMB), or about $800,000 at the Suzhou New District, technological innovation and entrepreneurship leader competition last December.

Hua, a former food scientist, credits long-term research collaboration with a professor as the inspiration for Kosmode. The Jiangsu Province-based company expects its first product to be a cranberry supplement that will treat urinary tract infections.

“We patented the extraction method for producing this product at a low cost and high quality,” says Hua. “The next step is to materialize what was written in the plan — scale up the product and sell.”