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Get to know one of the 10 Academic Startup Competition winners 2020! Kaminari Medical B.V.: a short introduction

On Dec 21, 2020
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🚀Kaminari Medical, part of @ErasmusMC, is one of the winners in the Life Sciences and Health field of the #ASC2020. Kaminari means literally the ‘god-sound’ and is Japanese for thunder and lightning. Read here what this innovative startup developed 👉 https://t.co/adE81PsZ55 https://t.co/IW1AHRE2ge
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Among the winners is Kaminari Medical B.V., a company that images coronary artery disease by hearing the flash of light impact the plaque. The level of the competitors was very high this year, and the most ground-breaking and innovative academic startups were selected to be the ‘Best ...

On Dec 21, 2020
@Techleapnl shared
🚀Kaminari Medical, part of @ErasmusMC, is one of the winners in the Life Sciences and Health field of the #ASC2020. Kaminari means literally the ‘god-sound’ and is Japanese for thunder and lightning. Read here what this innovative startup developed 👉 https://t.co/adE81PsZ55 https://t.co/IW1AHRE2ge
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Get to know one of the 10 Academic Startup Competition winners 2020! Kaminari Medical B.V.: a short introduction

Get to know one of the 10 Academic Startup Competition winners 2020! Kaminari Medical B.V.: a short introduction

Among the winners is Kaminari Medical B.V., a company that images coronary artery disease by hearing the flash of light impact the plaque. The level of the competitors was very high this ...

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