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A new agreement reportedly calls for medical device companies to pay $595 million in fees over five years, and for the FDA to add more than 200 people to its approval processes-which industry representatives have criticized as being too slow.
Interrad Medical's catheter securing system attracts $10 million in funding.
Minnesota's health care start-ups led their Midwestern neighbors in attracting venture capital by raising $223.2 million last year, according to a report by Cleveland-based BioEnterprise.
Devices from Minnesota companies that save patients and hospitals money while improving outcomes and recovery times.
Business worries that politics will get in the way.
DesignWise Medical uses a social enterprise model to develop medical devices for small children.
The Biobusiness Alliance of Minnesota has traced the growth of a “family tree” of start-ups that have Cargill connections.
The University of Minnesota’s new Biomedical Discovery District aims to innovate and fuel the growth of the state’s bioscience industry.
Minnesota is the world's pacemaker headquarters. It's a mature market in some ways, but continuing to juice up its levels of innovation.
The U's new technology could cut the cost of product development in half.
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