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Congratulations to our client, Coaptech, for recently raising $2.35 million in seed funding to support clinical trials and continue progress toward FDA approval of the device we developed with them to insert a feeding tube at the bedside.
We're sponsoring the upcoming RAMP MD symposium to explore new bio-medical applications of additive manufacturing and 3D Printing. We'll also be speaking on a panel related to the use of AM in prototyping and manufacturing. Keynote by Congressman Andy Harris, M.D....
Congratulations to all of the finalists and winners at the 2014 InvestMaryland Challenge, including InnoVital Systems, recipient of our Design Services Award!
The first annual Pediatric Device Innovation Competition are currently being reviewed. More info at www.innovate4kids.org.
Root3 Labs℠ is excited to be part of the new National Capital Consortium for Pediatric Device Innovation (NCC-PDI), formed through a $3.5 million award over 5 years from the FDA to the Sheikh Zayed Institute for Pediatric Surgical Innovation at Children’s National Medical Center.
Root3 Labs and collaborating university hospital surgeons have been awarded a $50,000 TEDCO grant to commercialize a novel medical device. The project will develop and test prototypes of a patent-pending expandable endoscopic surgical instrument, advancing the technology toward a commercial product.
Congratulations to all of the finalists and winners at last night's InvestMaryland Challenge! We're happy to announce that Root3 Labs and Sensing Machines have awarded Vasoptic Medical, Inc. with $2,500 of in-kind electromechanical design services. We look forward to...
The NeverWet nano-coating is extremely hydrophobic, causing fluids to glide right off. Reduce corrosion or bacteria-growth in your next device.
Last week, I hit the road to walk the floors at MD&M in Philadelphia and SME’s RAPID in Atlanta in search of new technologies and expand my database of vendors.
Came across a fun guide for non-designers on how design works, and it’s not just for expensive consumer products.