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Since the start of operation, the Massachusetts Medical Device Development Center (M2D2) has helped over 100 start-up companies and entrepreneurs bridge the gap between invention and production of new medical devices. M2D2 has awarded more than 50K to Medical Device Researchers and opened a brand new Innovation Hub with newly renovated labs, office space as well as cubicles. Please see our Start Up Facilities webpage to find out more about available lab and office space
Read some of these exciting news articles and success stories, both past and present below and check back often for updates.
- Medical Device Entrepreneurs Pitch Ideas to Angel Investors, M2D2, 06/10/2013
- Winners Announced in $20K New Venture Competition for Medical Device Technologies in Massachusetts, UMass Lowell, 04/10/2013
- New Venture Competition Draws More Than 200 Attendees, UMass Lowell, 04/04/2013
- M2D2 affiliated companies success, 2011 Accelerator Company MoMelan Technologies, Inc. Repays Loan After Being Acquired, MedicaMetrix Receives Accelerator Loan, Massachusetts Biotechnology Council.
- 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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