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In its first 18 months of operation, the Massachusetts Medical Device Development Center (M2D2) has helped 23 start-up companies and entrepreneurs bridge the gap between invention and production of new medical devices. M2D2 has awarded 50K to Medical Device Researchers and opened a brand new Incubation Hub with newly renovated labs and office space.
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Medical Device Start-ups Gain M2D2 Support, UMass Lowell Shuttle, 12/10/2008
M2D2 Funds Two New Med Device Startups, Mass High Tech, 11/26/2008
M2D2, Management Students Partner for Real-World Learning, UMass Lowell Shuttle, 10/08/2008
Gov. Patrick Announces $4 million for Life Sciences Initiative at UMass Lowell, Eagle Tribune, 02/14/2008
State Backs Medical-Device Center at UMass Lowell - $4M Will Help Build Lab to Guide Products Through Development, The Boston Globe, 02/13/2008
Gov. Patrick awards $4M for UMass Lowell Med Device Center, Mass High Tech Online, 02/13/2008
State Vows $4M for UML Plan: Governor to Visit University Today to Announce Funding, Lowell Sun Online, 02/13/2008
Patrick Offers State Cash for UMass Lowell Medical Devices Center, Worcester Telegram Online, 02/13/2008
UMass Lowell Advances New Startup Incubator HQ, Mass High Tech, 01/25/2008
M2D2 Makes Way For Medical Devices.
M2D2 awards $50K funding to medical device researchers.
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