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Rapid and Accurate Diagnosis for Heart Attacks - Dr. Amos Danielli

Since joining Bar Ilan University's School of Engineering in 2014, Dr. Amos Danielli is exploring new medical applications for the novel technology he developed, which can help shorten diagnosis time for heart patients. BIU published a short article about the technology, which is currently being developed through a collaborative effort with MagBiosense. To read the full article please cl

MagBiosense selected to present in IATI Biomed 2016 Startup Competition

The Israeli Advanced Technology Industries (IATI) selected MagBiosense to present in the Biomed 2016 startup competition that takes place in Tel Aviv, Israel. The competition will set MagBiosense among few of the top startup companies to emerge from the life sciences and high-tech academia in Israel. To learn more, please visit the following links: In Hebrew: nana10 news article IATI Biom

MagBiosense receives $900,000 investment from the Israel-U.S. Binational Industrial R&D (BIRD) Foundation

On December 16, 2015 the Israel-US BIRD (Binational Industrial R&D) Foundation named MagBiosense as a recipient of a $900,000 investment award. The funding was awarded for the development of a high sensitivity, point-of-care device for heart attack detection in the Emergency Departments. MagBiosense has partnered with the BDR Group to complete the project. Read more about it here: BIRD - I
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MagBiosense on "Nothing Impossible" radio show

MagBiosense went on the KMOX 1120 show "Nothing Impossible" to talk with Travis Sheridan and Debbie Monterrey about their exciting technology. Check out the audio clip: [audio mp3="http://www.magbiosense.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/1A65R_3.mp3"][/audio]
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MagBiosense wins first place in the Accelerate St. Louis Challenge

MagBiosense was announced as the 1st place winner of the Accelerate St. Louis Challenge 2015 at the 2015 Startup Connection, . The event was held at Washington University in St. Louis and showcased 70 up-and-coming startup companies. Accelerate St. Louis is a regional effort to showcase the startup explosion reshaping the region. The Accelerate St. Louis Challenge included a detailed business plan
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MagBiosense wins award for Most Pomising Immigrant-Owned Company in the Accelerate St. Louis Challenge

MagBiosense won the Bright Futures Diversity Award from St. Louis Mosaic for the Most Promising Immigrant-Owned Company. This award was part of the Accelerate St. Louis Challenge - a challenge for the best local startups. The rewards include strings-attached cash, top-tier professional services, new office space, and an opportunity to compete in front of St. Louis’ startup community. See more
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MagBiosense wins 3rd place in the SPIE startup challenge

A microscope in a needle, a handheld device that prescribes corrective eyeglasses, and a device for heart attack diagnosis are winning projects in the2014 SPIE Startup Challenge. Hosted by SPIE, the international society for optics and photonics, the pitch competition was held early this month in San Francisco during SPIE Photonics West, the premier annual event for the international optics and
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MagBiosense wins the Arch Grants

Arch Grants, the global business startup competition that provides $50,000 non-dilutive grants to early stage ventures, today announces the 2013 Global Startup Competition winners. Arch Grants created the competition to help grow businesses and create a more robust entrepreneurial culture and infrastructure in St. Louis. - See more at: http://archgrants.org/2013/05/2013-arch-grants-competition-
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Startup developing test for heart attacks wins Olin Cup

MMBiosensing LLC, a startup that has invented and patented a new way to detect the bio-markers of a heart attack, won first place at the Olin Cup, a business plan competition at Washington University in St. Louis. MMBiosensing won $70,000 in seed funding in the competition, which is organized by the Skandalaris Center for Entrepreneurial Studies. See more at: http://www.bizjournals.com/st