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Posts Tagged: radio interviews

OtoSim CEO on growing a successful start-up company with help from MaRS Innovation

Dr. Andrew (Andy) Sinclair, OtoSim’s CEO, was interviewed by PharmaBoadroom.com on October 10, 2013 to discuss the company’s success and plans for the future. OtoSim's otoscopy training device is revolutionizing the way medical students, teachers and nurses perfect otoscopy techniques. The invention, developed by Doctors Vito Forte and Paolo Campisi at the Hospital for Sick Children (SickKids), provides them with a device that simulates the structure of an actual ear rather than only reading techniques from a textbook. The article highlights how effective ... Read more

ClevrU vice chair featured in CBC’s Transforming Tech series

Dana Fox, vice chair of Waterloo-based ClevrU Corporation, was featured in CBC's Transforming Tech: Changing Careers in the Digital Age series, hosted by Matthew Kang. The interview explores Fox's career and decision to co-found ClevrU and his ongoing role in the start-up's development. Fox's interview runs just over six minutes. After clicking the link, scroll down the page to the second interview to play the audio file. (more…) Read more

Minuum closes on $60,000 crowdfunded stretch goal to build wearable development kit

Whirlscape Inc.'s Minuum keyboard has enjoyed the kind of launch that start-up founders dream about yet few achieve. UPDATE: Whirlscape's Minuum Project has now cleared its $60,000 fundraising target. Mobile Syrup wrote a follow-up article on the campaign with details about the Wearable Development Kit. Their technology also got a second spot on CTV News's Tech Tuesday report and was featured on Global TV's The Morning Show. The little keyboard for big fingers, which launched an Indiegogo campaign a week ago today to ... Read more

Two MI inventors named to MIT’s 35 inventors under 35 list

Professors Joyce Poon and Hossein Rahnama, who each have inventions within MaRS Innovation's portfolio of spin-off companies and licenseable technologies, have been named to the MIT Technology Review's prestigious 35 Inventors Under 35 list for 2012. Poon, an assistant professor of electrical and computer engineering at the University of Toronto, was recognized for, according to MIT's Technology Review, "creating new optical modulators with microscopic loop-the-loops through which light can shuttle data between servers and even from chip to chip within a single ... Read more