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Luis Sanchez
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This is a great opportunity!
Luis Sanchez   8/20/2013 12:12:44 PM
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This is another opportunity to find the next big medical device. 

I think the medical device which everybody has as a final goal as the utopia of med devices is the one like Star-Trek. is it called Tricorder?  One that somehow scans your body and is able to immediately identify illnesses. We'll we ever get to see that?  What would it use? X rays? among others i suppose.

eewiz
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open only in US?
eewiz   8/20/2013 11:20:30 AM
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Can you elaborate, how are you going to use the writeup/rendering?

Also it is disaapointing that people who are not from US/Canada cant join!

 

 

Charles.Desassure
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Get the young minds involve...
Charles.Desassure   8/14/2013 10:16:59 PM
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This is so great!  I will share this posting with some engineering students.  This should go out to every engineering  school in America.  Get the young minds involve...now!

HeatherThompson
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Re: Entry details
HeatherThompson   8/14/2013 4:56:42 PM
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Great question! We really are just looking for a sketch or other type of rendering. You don't need to get into the specfics of the inner workings of the device. We want an idea of what it might look like and something visual to help readers with the voting process. One step up from napkin sketch is perfect.

 

 

kfield
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Entry details
kfield   8/13/2013 10:23:59 AM
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Can you elaborate on what specifically you are looking for in an entry? Circuit schematic? Block diagram? Sketch of product?  Thanks...

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