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"The Bench to Bedside Medical Device Concept and Design Competition will provide a competitive opportunity for medical students, engineering students, and business students to develop a medical device concept or to develop a concept for a novel improvement of a current medical device. The competition will be coordinated and organized by non-participating members of the Translational Research and Venture Development Interest group."
"Welcome to the James LeVoy Sorenson Center for Discovery and Innovation. Housed by the David Eccles School of Business and located in a beautiful old home in historic Fort Douglas at the University of Utah, the Center's programs draw influence from the essential human activities of discovery, creativity, innovation, and design."
"TED was born in 1984 out of the observation by Richard Saul Wurman of a powerful convergence between Technology, Entertainment and Design. The first TED included demos of the Sony compact disc and new 3D graphics from Lucasfilm, while mathematician Benoit Mandelbrot demonstrated how to map coastlines with his newly discovered fractals.