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Singapore Technology Incubator Receives Investment from Silicon Valley "Super-Angel"
Date:8/1/2011

edics (www.clearbridgenanomedics.com) -- This company's technology is based on an electrospun nanofibre mesh that consists of a bio-resorbable and bio-compatible polymer. Clearbridge Nanomedics is developing this nanofibre mesh into a new delivery platform for wound management and cosmetics. The company is currently incorporating the nanofibre mesh into a leave-on facial mask, giving it time-release properties. This could allow compounds, such as vitamins, sunscreen, collagen or other medication, to be delivered continuously to the skin, at the optimum rate and dosage. The products are currently undergoing limited trials now with strategic partners in Greater China.
  • Clearbridge VitalSigns (www.clearbridgevitalsigns.com) - This A*STAR/NUS medical device start-up company is developing and commercialising a novel, ultra-low powered electrocardiogram (ECG) chip, known as CardioLeaf®. Targeted at the global cardiac healthcare market, CardioLeaf® is superior to existing ECG devices, as it monitors not just the heart rate, but also the full heart cycle waveform for up to 7 days continuously. This provides doctors with a better understanding of the patients' heart condition. The device is constructed as an extremely thin, self-adhesive "plaster" that can be conveniently and comfortably adhered to the patient's chest. The device is currently in its 2nd iteration of design, and the 3-lead, generation 1 model is targeted to be available by end this year.

  • Launched in 2009, Clearbridge Accelerator provides its incubatees with mentorship, funding and operational support. The company is building its own ecosystem, and employs a full-time multi-disciplinary technical team, with capabilities in business development, mechano-electrical engineering, manufacturing engineering, marketing and branding, regulatory advic
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