- August 02, 2017
Bioinspired approach combines pop-up fabrication with soft robotics
- July 27, 2017
Medical-grade bio-glue inspired by slugs sticks to biological surfaces without toxicity
- January 18, 2017
Customizable sleeve fits around a heart, augmenting cardiovascular functions weakened by heart failure
- October 08, 2015
New startup, licensing Harvard technology, seeks to develop an extracorporeal medical device that removes infectious pathogens and toxins from circulating blood of sepsis patients.
Maxwell Dworkin G125
Learn about technology commercialization from an expert in the field. Enjoy pizza while networking with other Harvard innovators. As part of our Commercializing Innovation speaker series, Andy Levine and Laurren baker will discuss go-to-market strategy, regulatory issues, and fundraising for medical device startups. Speakers are Andy Levine, Business Development Lead (Harvard University Wyss Institute of Biologically Inspired Engineering), and Lauren Baker, CEO (Boston Biomedical Associates).
Tag: Medical Devices