Mercury Biomed awarded NIH Grant

CLEVELAND, May 11, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Mercury Biomed, a company developing a novel approach to managing core body temperature, announces it has won a non-dilutive Phase I Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) grant through the National Institute of General…

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Mercury Biomed Awarded Key New Patent

Mercury Biomed further augments strong patent portfolio with newly approved application for management of core body temperature CLEVELAND, OH – Mercury Biomed announces that the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO), after substantive examination, has issued its patent application…

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Mercury Biomed Awarded New Patent

Mercury Biomed augments patent portfolio with newly approved application for management of core body temperature CLEVELAND, OH – Mercury Biomed announces that the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) has issued its patent application entitled, “Maintenance of Core Mammalian…

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Mercury’s Innovation and Job Creation Featured in Cleveland’s Fresh Water e-News Magazine

CLEVELAND, OHIO – (Fresh Water 1/11/2016) Maintaining a patient’s body temperature during and after surgery to prevent hypothermia and infections has long been a challenge in the medical community. Traditionally, medical providers have used Forced Air Warming (FAW) devices to…

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Mercury Biomed Awarded $1.4 Million

Innovative Thermal Regulation Technology Aims to Raise and Lower Core Body Temperature Faster and Safer With Better Patient Outcomes CLEVELAND, OH–(Marketwired – Dec 2, 2015) The Ohio Third Frontier Commercialization Acceleration Loan Fund (CALF) has awarded Mercury Biomed a $1.4 million loan to…

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Silicon Hills Article on Mercury Biomed

“We have combined a very sophisticated physiology with super simple and safe devices and that’s our hallmark.” Dr. Diller pitches Mercury Biomed at The University of Texas at Austin’s StARTup Studio in front of 50 invited guests and the Austin…

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