SensOR Medical Wins National James Dyson Award
Minimally Invasive Surgery (MIS) has drastically changed the way surgeries are undergone. The primary idea is to reduce risks such as infection by avoiding complicated surgeries that require large incisions. In addition to MIS being a safer all-around option to the traditional techniques, it is also an economical alternative as it decreases the surgical resources required and the post-operation healing time as well as overall hospital stay time.
Zayna Khayat | Exponential Entrepreneurship | Exponential Medicine 2016
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The Organ Project’s Dianne Carmichael named a WXN 2016 Canada’s Most Powerful Woman
Dianne Carmichael joins community of Canada’s most iconic women leaders Toronto, ON (November 23, 2016) – The Organ Project is pleased to announce Dianne Carmichael has been named a Women’s E…
$300,000 awarded to launch startups and commercialize neurotechnologies
Year five of the newly rebranded ONtrepreneurs (Ontario Neurotech Entrepreneurs) Program will help six neurotech entrepreneurs and their startups launch brain-related technologies onto the market. , Aug. 8, 2016 /CNW/ - The Ontario Brain Institute [OBI] today announced the 2016 winners of its ONtrepreneurs Program to help neurotech entrepreneurs take their ideas "from the lab to the marketplace."