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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.
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.
NanoMedTRIX Awarded a prestigious NSF SBIR grant Phase I (2014-15)
NanoMedTRIX Awarded NSF SBIR grant Phase Ib (2014-15)
NanoMedTRIX Awarded a University of Iowa SBIR Matching grant (2015)
Internship Grant from Iowa Economic Development (Summer 2015)
Grant from Iowa Economic Development For SBIR Submission Award (2015)
DEMO Grant from Iowa Economic Development (2014)
GAP Grant from Iowa Economic Development/University of Iowa (2013)