Science Center awards $700K each to four health care innovators


The University City Science Center’s QED program, an initiative in its 10th year that was created to supports early-stage university technologies with strong market potential, revealed its 11th round of awardees Wednesday.

Here are the researchers and projects that will each receive $700,000, contributed by the Science Center and the academic institutions they represent:

Ahad Behboodi of the University of Delaware, who is developing a compact and soft mechanized brace for people with ankle…

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