Bridging the valley between


ideation and commercialization

Press

NC State startup works to enhance the medical field as well as the community

Article from the Spring/Summer 2017 NC State Engineering Magazine on MEDIC and our origins from the NCSU Biomedical Engineering program.

Full Article at ncsu.edu

Checking in with The MEDIC, RTP’s 2016 Catalysts for Innovation

A lot has happened in the 6 months since The Medical Innovators Collaborative (MEDIC) won a Catalysts for Innovation Award.

Full Article at rtp.org

How the Triangle Startup Community Organized in 2016

11+ story lines from 2016 that led to regionwide impact by startup community leaders.

Full Article at exitevent.com

Have a Medical Device or Technology Idea? MEDIC Opens at The Frontier

A collaboration between NC State and UNC professors, funded by a new RTP-led grant program, will match students with medical tech innovators to launch startups.

Full Article at exitevent.com

Advanced transport system, medical innovation effort share $250K Triangle grants

Research Triangle Park’s new Park Center will soon become a hub for development and testing an innovative and futuristic transportation system and The Medical Innovator’s collaborative. An RTP-based university/industry consortium is awarding $250,000 to two organizations that will work from space in the Park Center’s Frontier building.

Full Article at wraltechwire.com

Area Startups Receive Catalysts for Innovation Award

The Medical Innovators Collaborative (MEDIC) started by Preston Linn, Tim Martin, Andrew DiMeo, and Andy Taylor of the UNC/NC State Department of Biomedical Engineering were awarded one of two RTP Catalysts for Innovation grants in July 2016. The $85,000 MEDIC grant was given through a partnership between the Research Triangle Park, Kenan Institute for Engineering, Technology, & Science (KIETS) at NC State University, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and TUCASI.

Full Article at bme.unc.edu

Area Startups Receive Catalysts for Innovation Award

RTP Based University/Industry Consortium Awards $250,000 to Two Organizations. Each initiative is focused on impactful work, and is comprised of team members from multiple North Carolina universities and private industry.

Full Article at rtp.org