$100K Medical Device Challenge!
Sponsored by Boston Scientific, Mintz Levin, Omni Components, Smith & Nephew and Massachusetts Life Science Center.
Boston Scientific has identified specific areas of interest:
- Additive Manufacturing for Implantable Devices
- Use of Flexible Electronics to Provide Innovative Implantable Devices
- Small Form-factor Imaging (65K+ pixels) and Single Pixel Cameras
Smith & Nephew has identified specific areas of interest:
- Tools which enable procedure simplification
- Tissue Sparing Procedures
- Stabilization of and Integration/Fixation to bone
- Novel Soft Tissue Repair
- Joint Preservation Solutions
Entry Fee - Apply early to receive discounted application fees:
First (20) Applications - Free / By Jan 16, 2015: $25 / By Jan 30, 2015: $50
IMPORTANT DATES & INFORMATION
Note: Please remember to register and pay the application fee once your application has been submitted!
Last Friday, August 8th, was a great night for baseball in Lowell! M2D2 welcomed the crowd to a pre-game party at Beer Works then enjoyed the Lowell Spinners versus State College Spikes game. An added bonus (in addition to the home team win) was the amazing display of fireworks on this spectacular summer evening!
This event is sponsored by Nutter McClennen and Fish LLP.
By Dan O'Brien, email@example.com
Updated: 04/11/2014 07:00:21 AM EDT
LOWELL -- A medical-device startup developed within UMass Lowell's M2D2 community said this week that it has landed $17 million in equity funding.
InfoBionic Inc., a startup that provides patient monitoring for chronic-disease management, intends to use the funds to pay for the commercialization of its flagship product, the MoMe System, according to CEO Nancy Briefs.