Hossein Rahnama, CEO of Flybits, a MaRS Innovation spin-off company, appeared on CBC's Lang and O'Leary Exchange on August 24, 2012.
Watch Rahnama's interview on CBC's Media Player. The interview begins at the 13:40 mark and runs to 19:30.
Rahnama, who is also a professor at Ryerson University and and research director at Ryerson's Digital Media Zone, was recently named to the MIT Technology Review’s prestigious 35 Inventors Under 35 list for 2012 along with fellow MaRS Innovation inventor Joyce Poon.
He describes his ...
The Los Angeles Times featured Dr. Gregory Czarnota's research in their Science Now section on July 10, 2012, which reports on discoveries from the world of science and medicine (update: the article is no longer available online).
Czarnota, a researcher at the Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre, is working with MaRS Innovation to license his patented technology: radiosensitization of tumour cells using a combination of microbubbles and targeted, high-intensity, focused ultrasound. (more…)
U.K. Trade and Investment (UKTI) has posted a Youtube video featuring Canadian companies looking to expand their operations to Britain.
Flybits, a Mars Innovation spin-off company, was among three companies to be profiled:
Flybits is launching a corporate presence in East London's Tech City, which is also known as the Silicon Roundabout. (more…)
Ryerson University, one of MaRS Innovation's 16 member institutions, has created the Digital Media Zone (DMZ) to give student entrepreneurs and researchers — or anyone connected with a great idea connected to their campus — the space they need to grow their ideas.
Dr. Hossein Rahnama, the DMZ's research director and a Ryerson University professor, was interviewed this week by The Accelerator Gazette about Ryerson's approach to accelerating and incubating technologies. (more…)
Dr. Raphael Hofstein, president and CEO of MaRS Innovation, spoke to the Canadian International Council about the importance of protecting intellectual property as an important component in commercializing Canadian technologies.
Here's an excerpt:
Government could be extremely helpful if they created special funds dedicated to covering the costs of patent protection.
Matt Galloway, host of CBC's Metro Morning, spoke to Prateek Dwivedi, vice-president and chief information officer at Mount Sinai Hospital, about VitalHub's technology.
Dwivedi's interview with Galloway is no longer publicly available.
Dwivedi and Galloway touch on various product highlights, including:
Longitudinal view of a patient's history and benefits of having access to that information when making rounds or walking between locations.
Security concerns, including encryption, that are equivalent to those used in the hospital.
Feedback from doctors, nurses and others who have used the product.