Posts Tagged: Thunder Bay

XLV Diagnostics Inc. secures $3 million Series A from Boston-based investor

THUNDER BAY, ON (May 28,2014) – XLV Diagnostics Inc., a MaRS Innovation (MI) start-up company based in Thunder Bay and specializing in low-cost, next-generation digital mammography machines, has closed a $3 million Series A investment round with Boston-based Bernard M. Gordon Charitable Remainder Unitrust. The funding will support continued product development and regulatory approval. XLV’s product will provide mammography image quality equivalent to top-of-the-line mammography machines currently in use, and will do so at a fraction of the cost of current generation ... Read more

XLV Diagnostics Inc. awarded $500,000 to develop digital mammography technology

TORONTO, ON (Feb. 19, 2013) – XLV Diagnostics Inc., a start-up company working to commercialize a faster, cheaper and better digital mammography technology, has received a $500,000 investment from FedNor. Over 600 million women living in developing countries have inadequate access to breast screening for early cancer detection. In the developed world, many radiology departments are replacing traditional film and screen systems with digital technologies. In both cases, better digital mammography technology promises to solve logistical challenges and save money. XLV’s solution has ... Read more

MaRS Innovation welcomes Thunder Bay Regional Research Institute as newest member

Dr. John Rowlands’ X-ray Light Valve technology among the first TBRRI patents that MaRS Innovation will bring to market January 26, 2011 (Thunder Bay, ON) – Today, MaRS Innovation welcomes Thunder Bay Regional Research Institute (TBRRI) as its newest member. MaRS Innovation is an incorporated non-profit organization with an international, independent, industry-led Board of Directors. It is the commercialization agent for 16 member institutions that are leading Ontario life sciences and commercialization agents. Partners include the University of Toronto, Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre, ... Read more