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MedTechIQ Selects TheBrain to Visualize Expansive Biointellingence Database and Connect the Dots Between Life Sciences, Medicine and Venture Capital
Date:10/23/2008

TheBrain's dynamic interface enhances Web community and presence by visualizing vast networks of information and deepening understanding of content.

Marina del Rey, CA (PRWEB) October 23, 2008 -- TheBrain® Technologies, the leading provider visualization software, announces that MedTechIQ has published several "Bioinfomediary Brains", on its social networking site to connect the dots between and link together vast networks of information on medical research, new ideas and venture capital.

"PersonalBrain's dynamic interface gives us an intelligent picture on otherwise invisible and complex business relationships, capturing the intricacies of how companies, academics, people and key concepts are related," said Conrad Clyburn, Co-Founder and Senior Partner of MedTechIQ. "Using PersonalBrain I can make better decisions about new technologies and investment, in addition to sharing my vision of this industry landscape with my Web community. The discovery aspect of my own PersonalBrain for myself and the ability to publish my Brain and perspective for my community members is astounding."

TheBrain Technology augments MedTechIQ's business intelligence digital backbone where the organization creates, discovers, manages and shares information on advanced medical technologies. MedTechIQ's Biointelligence Database is visualized with TheBrain's dynamically reconfigurable visual interface. Clicking on a Thought in TheBrain triggers all related information so users can see key relationships at a glance and find all related connections. The Brain has over 55,000 medical technology "Thoughts" encompassing
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