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NanoMedTrix, UI research spinoff firm, wins first-of-its-kind grant.  The goal is to help physicians make early detection of cancer. 

NanoMedTrix, a 2-year-old Coralville firm based upon University of Iowa research that may one day save lives by helping physicians identify bladder and colon cancers at early stages of development, recently received a grant that is the first of its kind.

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UI research evolves into business The birth of NanoMedTrix.

NanoMedTrix is developing a product that would use nanoparticles, which are 1,000 times smaller than the width of a human hair, to help with diagnosing bladder and colon cancer.

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NanoMedTRIX Awarded a prestigious NSF SBIR grant Phase I (2014-15)

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NanoMedTRIX Awarded NSF SBIR grant Phase Ib (2014-15)

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NanoMedTRIX Awarded a University of Iowa SBIR Matching grant (2015)

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Internship Grant from Iowa Economic Development (Summer 2015)

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Grant from Iowa Economic Development For SBIR Submission Award (2015)

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DEMO Grant from Iowa Economic Development (2014)

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GAP Grant from Iowa Economic Development/University of Iowa (2013)

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