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BMEStart Competition Winners Announced
Date:9/29/2010

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Similar to NCIIA's other biomedical competition, BMEidea, BMEStart recognizes student driven innovative design and entrepreneurial approaches in the biomedical field. However, BMEStart stands apart as it is undergraduate only, focusing on younger inventors who do not have as much experience with product development and emphasizing design and concept. The BMEStart competition was first announced at the annual BMEidea workshop in Pittsburgh last fall.

The BMEStart competition received submissions from undergraduate students at all NCIIA member colleges and universities. Each submission met NCIIA encouraged technical, economic, legal and regulatory requirements; featured novel and practical designs; and demonstrated potential for commercialization.

The BMEidea and BMEStart competitions are both sponsored by the NCIIA; the Industrial Design Society of America (IDSA); the National Science Foundation; and Boston Scientific; and is endorsed by the Biomedical Engineering Society (BMES) and the Council of Chairs of Bioengineering and Biomedical Engineering Programs.

About the NCIIAThe NCIIA achieves positive and sustainable social and environmental impact through technological innovation by providing end-to-end service grants, mentoring and other experiential resources to higher education institutions. With support from The Lemelson Foundation, the National Science Foundation and a membership of nearly 200 colleges and universities from all over the United States, the NCIIA engages more than 5,000 student entrepreneurs each year, leveraging their respective campuses as working laboratories and incubators for businesses and ultimately helping them to bring their concepts to commercialization. For more information, please visit http://www.nciia.org.Jill IveyPhone: (215) 863-1139jill@elisecommunications.com
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