We are looking for experts in "biomaterials" to provide commentary and insights towards a startup that uses metamaterials to improve instrument dexterity and control, enabling minimally invasive procedures in the office, instead of the operating room. They’ve developed a thin controllable shape-freezing sleeve for endoscopes, allowing them to switch between being soft (when exploring delicate body cavities) and hard (when a desired location is reached and target tissue is manipulated).
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As a participating expert* in this process, your involvement is limited to answering anywhere between 8-12 investor-submitted questions. This takes about 1 hour (+/-) . Once you are vetted, we send those questions via a web form for your responses. If your contribution is published, it will be view-able by potential investors in this startup, giving you an opportunity to make connections, socialize virtually, and gain bragging rights in a vibrant entrepreneurial and angel investing community.
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Bio-material Medical Device
Subject -- bio-material medical device r&d
we are looking for a biomaterial expert who has experience with medical device. We want the expert's advice on material composition, components. How can we make a better product, what accessories should we sell with it, etc.
Please do let us know your hourly rate.
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Seeking collaboration with a formulation biochemist with good understanding of peptides and biomaterials. The individual will collaborate on a project to develop formulation for a product that will be fda acceptable. The individual must have an in-depth knowledge of fda acceptable biochemistry formulations ( e.G. Tfa, acetate, etc). The formulation biochemist must have previously developed a fda accepted biomaterials product.+3 Other Responses