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Artificial eyes, plastic skulls


3D printing the human body.

Aerospace inspired walker designed for people


Pioneering walking aid designed to provide enhanced mobility, independence, and style, fueled by founders’ personal family experience.

2014 Vanden Brul Entrepreneurial Award recipients


Co-owners of Century Mold Inc. and Parlec Inc. to be honored during luncheon on April 22, 2014.

510(k) clearance for the Avance MIS pedicle screw system


The Avance medical device system will be in limited market release in the Q2 & Q3 of 2014, and is planned for full launch in the Q4 of 2014.

Modular stand-alone cervical medical device


Zimmer’s Optio-C system offers a no profile solution and delivers the strength, stability, and fusion potential of a traditional ACDF.

CE Mark for INTUITY Elite valve system


Next-generation technology is designed for enhanced patient benefits.

Stratasys to acquire Solid Concepts, Harvest Technologies


Transactions create a leading strategic platform to meet customers’ AM needs, driving further adoption of Stratasys’ AM solutions.

Molding, assembly for global medical device industry


A core expertise of Minnesota Rubber and Plastics is the design and mfg. services ideally suited for complex medical assemblies.

Prosthetic liners deliver comfort to amputees


High-performance prosthetic liners deliver temperature control to mitigate the onset of sweat and deliver comfort to the user.

‘Mini heart’ invented to help return venous blood


“We are suggesting, for the first time, to use stem cells to create, rather than just repair damaged organs,” says Narine Sarvazyan, PhD.

Medical design and manufacturing first


3D printed skull successfully implanted in woman; another day, another advance in 3D printing technology.

3D heart sock could replace pacemaker


The 'heart sock' is made of a thin silicone membrane embedded with flexible sensors that can monitor vital signs.

Creates precise features, intricate designs


Fabrico Medical offers fabrication and assembly services for microfluidic devices on flexible materials.

Commercial launch of Kiva VCF


KAST pivotal trial results plus other published comparative studies show Kiva meets or exceeds balloon kyphoplasty performance.

Filter worn inside nose could help allergy sufferers feel relief


The contact lens-sized filter, Rhinix, is placed inside the nose each day to filter out pollen and other allergens.

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