Bioscience

Paragon 28 launches sterile kit to streamline delivery of first-of-its-kind hammertoe and plantar plate repair solution

Paragon 28 launches sterile kit to streamline delivery of first-of-its-kind hammertoe and plantar plate repair solution

ENGLEWOOD -- Paragon 28 announced the release of a sterile kit for foot surgeons to simplify the installation of the company's TenoTac Soft Tissue Fixation System. Launched inJanuary 2019,... Read More

Friday November 15, 2019 0 comments Tags: Englewood, Paragon 28, TenoTac

NIH grants over $3 million to CSU researchers for studies on children with Down Syndrome

NIH grants over $3 million to CSU researchers for studies on children with Down Syndrome

FORT COLLINS -- A Colorado State University research team has received more than $3 million from the National Institutes of Health for two studies of children with Down Syndrome. ... Read More

Thursday November 14, 2019 0 comments Tags: Fort Collins, CSU, Down Syndrome, Deborah Fidler, Lisa Daunhauer, Mark Prince, Lina Patel

CBSA delivers awards to top bioscience leaders

CBSA delivers awards to top bioscience leaders

DENVER -- Colorado BioScience Association celebrated the companies and organizations developing life-saving breakthroughs at its Annual Awards Dinner held Nov. 7 at the Hyatt Regency in Denver.... Read More

Tuesday November 12, 2019 0 comments Tags: Denver, Colorado BioScience Association, Jennifer Jones Paton, Biodesix, Securisyn, Agilent Technologies, TOLMAR, Array BioPharma, Scott Larson

New cancer imaging could make tracking canine cancer spread simple as black and white

New cancer imaging could make tracking canine cancer spread simple as black and white

DENVER -- A new cancer imaging technique could significantly improve the ability to diagnose the diseases spread to lymph nodes in dogs with head and neck tumors, according to the Morris Animal... Read More

Monday November 11, 2019 0 comments Tags: Denver, Morris Animal Foundation, CSU, Lynn Griffin, Janet Patterson-Kane

Biodesix named Company of the Year by CBSA

Biodesix named Company of the Year by CBSA

BOULDER -- Biodesix, Inc. has been named Company of the Year by the Colorado BioScience Association ( CBSA). The company received the honor at the 16 th Annual CBSA Awards Dinner on Nov. 7. ... Read More

Monday November 11, 2019 0 comments Tags: Boulder, Biodesix, Colorado BioScience Association, Jennifer Jones Paton, Scott Hutton, David Brunel

Colorado BioScience Association reveals new website, brand  

Colorado BioScience Association reveals new website, brand  

DENVER -- Colorado BioScience Association (CBSA) unveiled a new website and bold brand signaling a commitment to create co-opportunity for life sciences in Colorado. CBSA said the branding... Read More

Monday November 4, 2019 0 comments Tags: Denver, Colorado BioScience Association, Jennifer Jones Paton

Oxalert EPO wearable device granted FDA Breakthrough Status

Oxalert EPO wearable device granted FDA Breakthrough Status

COLORADO SPRINGS -- The FDA has granted Breakthrough Device status to Med-botics, LLC for its Oxalert EPO TM (Enhanced Pulse Oximeter) device. The wrist-worn arousal device is designed to... Read More

Wednesday October 30, 2019 0 comments Tags: Colorado Springs, Med-botics, FDA, Oxalert EPO, Richard Dutton

CBSA adds four new board of directors members

CBSA adds four new board of directors members

DENVER -- Colorado BioScience Association (CBSA) announced the appointment of four new members to the CBSA board of directors. They are: Elyse Blazevich , Securisyn Medical co-founder,... Read More

Monday October 28, 2019 0 comments Tags: Denver, CBSA, Elyse Blazevich, April Giles, Joseph Guiles, Andrew Sklawer, Jennifer Jones Paton