HS Design, Inc. of Gladstone, NJ is proud to have supported the judging of the BMEidea 2010 competition. This is the third year Tor Alden has participated in the selection of the 2010 competition winners. Alden said “judging the competition remains exciting as the students apply innovative ideas to real world problems.” The finalists will be announced at the MD&M tradeshow in NYC at 11am, June 9, 2010.
NCIIA organizes two annual biomedical engineering competitions for university students. The objectives of these competitions are to identify and recognize innovative, commercially promising medical devices and technologies developed by entrepreneurial student teams.
Teams of students working with faculty and industry mentors submit entries that are evaluated by judges drawn from academia and industry. Winning entries must solve a clinical problem; meet technical, economic, legal, and regulatory requirements; feature novel and practical designs; and show potential for commercialization. Submissions are judged on technical feasibility, clinical utility, economic feasibility and market potential, novelty and patentability, potential for commercialization and benefit to quality of life and care.