New Commercial Use Search at Patexia ...

New Commercial Use Search at Patexia in Medical Imaging Technology, $3000 prize

Posted in the Cardiology Forum

James McArdle

Santa Monica, CA

#1 Feb 12, 2013
We’re developing a new type of search here at Patexia and are excited to have our second commercial use search study go live. We’re hoping this new form of search will help promote further applications of research, in this case, medical imaging technology.

You can see the contest here:

This new type of search is looking for commercial uses of a particular technology. In this case, we’re looking for sources documenting commercial applications of motion-layer decomposition imaging techniques for tracking coronary stents.

If you can find any, we have $3000 for the winner as well as the option to be featured as a winner on the site. Submissions will be judged based on the number of questions in our questionnaire they answer, as well as on the order of submission and the level of detail in the explanation.

As always, we’re also offering a $500 prize for referring the winner through our site, so feel free to invite your colleagues if you know the right person.

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