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ATP Innovations announced as NBIA Incubator of the Year Nominee 2014

Each year, the highlight at NBIA’s International Conference on Business Incubation is the announcement of those incubation programs and companies that have been selected as NBIA Incubation Award winners.  This year, ATP Innovations has been announced as a nominee for the NBIA Incubator of the Year Award.   This award is considered the most prestigious award in […]

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The rise of DIY medical devices. 3D Printed prostheses, hearing aide helmets and uses for Duct tape as medical devices.

When Richard Van As, a carpenter in Johannesburg, South Africa, cut off most of the fingers on his right hand with a table saw in 2011, he was already designing a homemade prosthesis in his head before he even left the emergency room. But he never imagined that within two years he would be spending […]

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NSW Medical Device Fund Round 2 is OPEN

As previously broadcast by Ignition Labs, Stage Two: Preliminary Applications for the 2014/2015 Medical Devices Fund (MDF) are now open. Up to $7.7 million in funding is available for the 2014/2015 round to help encourage and support investment in the development and commercialisation of medical devices and related technologies in NSW. The application process is […]

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NSW Medical Device Fund launches a $7.7M round

ATP Innovations companies Elastagen and Endoluminal Sciences were granted a combined $4.5 million through the NSW Medical Device Fund 2013. Come and talk to us if you think you are eligible for the 2014 round. http://lnkd.in/bXDFg48

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Startmate 2014: Trends from the applications and the eight companies selected

Startmate has announced the eight companies that stood out from hundreds of entries and made it through the selection process to join the five-month accelerator program spanning Sydney and San Francisco. Startmate co-founder and coordinator Niki Scevak told StartupSmart there were two key trends in the applications. “As an accelerator you’re reacting to the applications that come in. Most […]

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