Premama®, a Rhode Island startup and the first nationwide line of pill-free, natural prenatal supplements is announcing today as “National Moms Who Pump Day” in celebration of moms around the world that pump breast milk for their baby or donation. Read more >>
Corbus Pharmaceuticals says a Phase 3 clinical trial of anabasum for diffuse cutaneous scleroderma will start in the fourth quarter of 2017, putting the treatment a step closer toward regulatory approval after a Phase 2 trial that improved patients’ disease. Read more >>
Steven, Shaun and Tim talk tech and in particular focus on the eSight glasses that promise to restore sight, Disney’s new plan to stream their content on their own streaming service and there’s more of your emails discussing Android and the Bible! #RNIBConnect #TechTalk
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Now the Geoghegan family is hopeful that new technology will allow Max to finally see the big cats at Dreamworld, and everything else he has missed out on, but it is rare and expensive.
eSight glasses are available in the United States, Canada and Europe, but not in Australia. They contain a high-quality camera which projects the wearer’s view onto two small screens in front of the person’s eyes, through a live video feed. Read more >>
David Friend comes across as a modest, unassuming fellow who talks about his start-up storage company, Wasabi, and its technology in an understated, commonsensical kind of way. But make no mistake, Friend is pursuing a grand ambition that takes dead aim at a big target: the public cloud storage market, which Wasabi intends to turn on its head. Read more >>
Myomo, Inc. (NYSE American: MYO) (“Myomo” or the “Company”), a commercial stage medical robotics company, today announced that it will release its unaudited financial results for the quarter ended June 30, 2017 on Monday, August 14, 2017, after the US markets close. Read more >>
ZetrOZ Systems LLC announced that its sam (sustained acoustic medicine) Sport medical device is being integrated into the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs hospital system to help eliminate the need for using opioid-based pain medication. Read more >>
The city of Kirksville, Mo., will soon be using a new mass notification system to warn local residents about emergencies in the area.
The Kirksville City Council approved the purchase of a mass notification system from ReGroup during its meeting on Monday at City Hall. The agreement is a five-year deal and will cost the city $6,500 for the first year and $5,500 for the subsequent years. Read more >>
Wasabi secures more cash for data center expansion after cloud storage launch entices trial users on claims of significantly lower prices, higher performance than Amazon S3. Read more >>