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Berry Plastics’ Larry Goldstein details the process for packaging innovation

Tuesday, April 16th, 2013 | Permalink

When you think of innovation, images of sexy tech companies such as Google and Apple come to mind. But innovation isn’t just reserved for Silicon Valley. Larry Goldstein, president of Berry Plastics’ flexible packaging division, believes there’s plenty of innovation and R&D to be found in Evansville, IN, Berry’s Midwestern home. For Goldstein, innovation means many different things, depending on your point of view. read more

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Medical Company Smith & Nephew Lays Off Almost 100 People …

Saturday, February 2nd, 2013 | Permalink

The company, which makes orthopedic reconstruction products, is blaming 2.3 percent excise tax on medical devices in President Obama's health care law for the layoffs, according to Fox13 News. “The nearly $30 billion tax on medical devices that took effect Jan. 1, 2013, has …. see this over and over again. http ://www.huffingtonpost.com/social/DRaymond/smith-nephew-obamacare-layoff_n_2607112_227108613.html. View Thread | Share it. 227108613,227357378 …

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Brain Implant Detects, Responds to Epilepsy – Technology Review

Friday, October 12th, 2012 | Permalink

For example, NeuroPace, a medical-device startup in Mountain View, California, has developed a brain implant that spends most of its time monitoring the brain for an oncoming seizure (see “Zapping Seizures Away”).

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Minnesota 'biotech incubator' UEL has failed. It's time to admit it

Tuesday, July 26th, 2011 | Permalink

“It was an innovative, collaborative idea developed by good-hearted folks, implemented in start-up speed, without buy-in from U of Minnesota leadership,”stated Marie Johnson, the former director of the Medical Devices Center’s … Comments RSS Post a comment. One of the virtues of managing a start up is to make adjustments to the business plan and move forward. This is business 101 for entrepeneurial companies. Looking in the rear view mirror makes for a good …

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