Georgia Tech, Partners Plan Med Device Prototyping Center as Step in Broader Effort to Nurture Startups | GenomeWeb

This is an updated version of a story first published on May 27

Four of Georgia's top research and healthcare institutions are months away from launching the first initiative in a broader collective effort to spin out medical device companies and keep them growing in the Peachtree State — an effort that aims to address the state's longtime weakness in nurturing new life-sci startups.

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