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Nuviant Medical Announces Engagement of Investment Banking Firm Healthios Capital Markets, LLC to Provide Strategic Advisory Services

DALLAS, July 28, 2015 /PRNewswire-iReach/ — Nuviant Medical (“Nuviant” or “the Company”), a medical device developer and manufacturer, announced today that it has retained Healthios Capital Markets, LLC (“Healthios”), a premiere investment bank primarily focused on the global healthcare industry, to provide strategic corporate planning and investment banking services.  Healthios will be dedicated to optimizing shareholder value through its broad scope banking services.

 

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Meet The MLB Player Who Helped Envision Deus Ex’s Future

Deus Ex

“Anyone can dream about the future. Interstellar space ships, laser swords, and alien races are a staple of science fiction, but it takes a lot of diligent research to craft a future that could actually come to pass. When Eidos-Montreal rebooted the Deus Ex series in 2011, it wanted to build a world that didn’t just feel real, but was a world that might become real in 15 to 20 years. The team knew they wouldn’t be able to do that on their own. In order to craft a believable near future, Deus Ex’s developers consulted with Will Rosellini, one of the leading biomechanical researchers in the field. However, Rosellini doesn’t fit the mold of a traditional scientist. This ex-pitcher for the Arizona Diamondbacks has spent over a decade and several million dollars engineering a future where machines can flawlessly make up for biological failings, and now he’s helping deliver that future with the Deus Ex series.”

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Watch Rosellini’s “Beyond Human” Ted Talk Here

CIRTEC Medical Systems to support new UT Dallas-led Initiative to deliver biomedical technologies from laboratory bench to bedside more efficiently

Project designed to teach biomedical researchers at UT System institutions how to start new companies

gI_124934_UT Dallas Photo 3CIRTEC Medical Systems, a leading provider of outsourced medical device manufacturing services for complex Class III implantable devices and minimally invasive devices, today announced plans to support a new UT Dallas-led initiative aimed at identifying potentially marketable biomedical technologies developed at University of Texas System institutions and moving them more efficiently from the laboratory bench to the bedside.

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University of Texas Board of Regents Meeting

UT Board of Regents Meeting

As Principle Investigator,  Rosellini contributed a Report on the Medical Technology Lean Startup Course to the UT Board of Regents.  See complete presentation at link below starting at about 2:24.00.

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Turning Bodies into Cars

Watch TEDx Talk about the exciting future of neurostimulation.

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nUro, Inc. Invests in Wallonia-Based Medtech Company

Company views Wallonia as ideal environment to expand R&D and manufacturing

nUro, Inc. (the “Company”) announced today that it has exercised its option to invest in Rosellini Scientific Benelux, SPRL.  This marks the third investment in Wallonia by the company (two equity injections and one acquisition).  nUro, Inc. plans to manufacture its line of neurostimulation devices in its rapid prototyping labs in Wallonia and in conjunction with its manufacturing partner Medi-Line.

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nUro, Inc. CEO Invited to Present at TEDx Conference

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Will Rosellini will present nUro, Inc.’s plan to develop and manufacture implantable, wireless neurostimulators at the TEDxPlano Conference in April.

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New University Initiative Brings Together Medicine, Entrepreneurship

UT Dallas, MD Anderson Cancer Center Team Up to Help Companies Commercialize Their Discoveries

A new UT Dallas-led initiative is aimed at identifying potentially marketable biomedical technologies developed at University of Texas System institutions and moving them more efficiently from the laboratory bench to the bedside.

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Brain compass implant gives blind rats psychic GPS

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Who needs sight to get around when you’ve got a digital compass in your head? A neuroprosthesis that feeds geomagnetic signals into the brains of blind rats has enabled them to navigate around a maze.

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