MaRS Innovation to act as commercialization agent for York's life sciences and technology discoveries, leveraging new potential for York's existing $70 million in research initiatives
TORONTO, May 9, 2011 – York University has become the latest member of MaRS Innovation, the commercialization agent for many leading Toronto-based universities, hospitals and research institutes.
“York has become one of Canada’s fastest-growing centres for research and innovation,” said Stan Shapson, vice-president Research & Innovation at York University. “We typically get 10 to 20 discovery disclosures a ...
MaRS Innovation provided crucial commercialization funding to support research from The Hospital for Sick Children
MaRS Innovation (MI) and The Hospital for Sick Children (SickKids) have launched OtoSim Inc. to commercialize an otoscopy training system and process developed by two otolaryngologists at SickKids.
The new product, the OtoSim™ program and training device, is the first in a series of training systems directed at improving the accuracy of ear examinations. Using simulation-based training is part of a wider trend in medicine.
In otoscopy, healthcare professionals ...