Ulu Ventures, a seed-stage venture capital firm in Palo Alto, recently highlighted a startup founded by Anuj Khandelwal '13. After graduating from MIT with a degree in electrical engineering and computer science, Anuj went to work for Amazon's drone division. An interest in the biomedical field drove Anuj to Stanford and a master's in mechanical engineering. He then teamed up with his college roommate, Eric Dahlseng, to launch Empo Health, an in-home health monitoring program. Their leading product is innovative yet simple: a bathroom scale that detects diabetic foot ulcers. Anuj and Eric envision a wide range of user-friendly products to monitor signals of many chronic illnesses, not simply diabetes.