Massachusetts pours $4m into device development
This article was originally published in Clinica
The US state of Massachusetts is to provide $4m to help bring innovative medical devices from idea to production. It is part of a wider effort to return the state to its position as the world's high-tech hotspot, a position it held for some years until California's Silicon Valley started to grow in the 1970s.
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