Dynasil subsidiary Xcede Technologies said yesterday it inked collaborative development, licensing and supply agreements with Cook Medical‘s Biotech biz to aid in the development and regulatory approval of its resorbable hemostatic patch. The hemostatic patch is being designed to control severe bleeding in surgical situations, and the company hopes to begin clinical trials of the patch some […]
Dilon Technologies said it bought RMD Instruments Corp.’s Navigator gamma probe line.
Newport News, Va.-based Dilon Technologies works with imaging technology. Watertown, Mass.-based Radiation Monitoring Devices is a research devices subsidiary of Dynasil Corp. (NSDQ:DYSL), which focuses on radiation imaging and detection.