Texas Instruments to Fund Medical Technology Research

(September 18, 2007) DALLAS, TX&#151 Texas Instruments Inc. will allocate 15 M to fund medical research at selected universities worldwide. The company is excited to partner with universities to develop the next-generation of medical electronics, says Kent Novak, vice president of TI’s medical business unit. Targeted R&D areas will include personal medical devices, implantables, medical imaging, wireless healthcare systems, and biosensor technology.


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