7Jun, 2012

Leadership Cleveland Class of 2012

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Dr. Anup Salgia, pilule Founder, viagra   graduated from the Leadership Cleveland Class of 2012. They have joined a fellowship of select group of community and business leaders in Northeast Ohio that was founded in the 1970s. Congratulations!
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17Jan, 2012

Leadership Cleveland Class of 2012

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LifeMedix Founder and Chairman, stomach Dr. Anup Salgia, was selected for the Leadership Cleveland Class of 2012. Leadership Cleveland is designed to prepare and build leadership resources within the Greater Cleveland community. Participants in this dynamic, tuition-based, nine-month program represent a diverse group of recognized and established leaders from across a wide variety of organizations representing the private, nonprofit, and government sectors. LifeMedix™ is committed to sustainable job creating and economic development in Northeast Ohio.
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31Aug, 2011

LifeMedix® and MAGNET Engineering Group Collaboration

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LifeMedix® and MAGNET have agreed to collaborate on the anti-shock resuscitation device. Using Ohio Third Frontier funding, MAGNET, an Ohio Edison Technology Center, and LifeMedix® will produce the next generation Beta prototype that will be the basis for clinical testing, bench testing and regulatory approval. MAGNET’s expertise in engineering and design has a proven track record. A team of 12 engineers, FDA regulatory consultants, interns, doctors, and support staff is collaborating to produce prototype.
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22Feb, 2011

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GLIDE, pill the Great Lakes Innovation Development Enterprise, awarded LifeMedix the GLIDE B Grant in February, 2011, for the development of the anti-shock resuscitation device they are currently developing. The device has been hailed by military medics and first responders alike. GLIDE administers the Innovation Fund and awarded several grants to various companies this round. We would like to take this opportunity to say “Thank you” to everyone who helped make this funding opportunity possible. We appreciate that you share our vision for creating a new device that can save […]
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29Dec, 2010

LCCC FabLab 09.17.10

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The Lorain County Community College Fab Lab is based upon the concepts of Dr Neil Gershenfeld, the director of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s Center for Bits and Atoms. LCCC FabLab 09.17.10 from Neotropolis Producer on Vimeo.
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15Oct, 2010

Lorain County Community College Foundation’s Innovation Fund issues grants

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By CHUCK SODER Source Article Five technology-based startup companies have received a total of $275, ed 000 in grants from the Innovation Fund, run by the Lorain County Community College Foundation. ReQuisite BioMedical LLC and Thermalin Diabetes Inc. each received $100,000 product validation grants. ReQuisite, which is working to commercialize cardiovascular balloons and stents with new coatings, will use the money to establish a Northeast Ohio headquarters and to further studies related to its technology. Thermalin, of Cleveland, will use the money to expand market research efforts and to cover […]
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15Oct, 2010

Five companies receive funding from LCCC foundation

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By Morning Journal Staff Source Article ELYRIA — Five companies shared in $275,000 awarded from the Lorain County Community College Foundation Innovation Fund yesterday. It was the ninth round of funding from the Innovation fund, which has invested more than $2.65 million in 39 companies in Northeast Ohio, according to an LCCC release. * ReQuisite, of Cleveland, received $100,000 to develop balloons and stents from non-toxic natural compounds to release drugs in diseased cardiac blood vessels to promote healing. * Thermalin Diabetes, of Cleveland, received $100,000 to create a new […]
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