Want to know where flexible electronics could take the medtech space? A good bet might be to look at where NextFlex is putting its money.
The San Jose, Calif.–based hybrid electronics manufacturing institute provides funding for promising projects in areas ranging from healthcare to avionics to infrastructure monitoring. NextFlex recently announced $12 million in awards to fund a dozen such projects.
The funding is part of NextFlex’s Project Call 3.0 and includes $7 million in cost-share contributions from participants. Project Call has awarded more than $59 million in development funds to date.
Here’s a closer look at three recent recipients with devices and technologies that could matter in the medtech space.
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