Indiana wound-care company takes top prize at Purdue's $100,000 life sciences competition
November 14, 2011
WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. - An Indiana startup company developing an innovative wound-care technology claimed the top prize Thursday (Nov. 10) at the $100,000 Purdue University Life Sciences Business Plan Competition.
Medtric Biotech LLC, led by Sean Connell, Jianming Li and Robert Einterz, won $50,000 for its winning presentation on its wound-care dressing that uses "nanobubbles" in its antimicrobial process for destroying bacteria to help prevent and treat infected wounds.Read Full Story