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Vice President for Research at UT Health Science Center at San Antonio
February 20, 2018 ·
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Startups like Delve, NestEgg, and Jamplify will pitch to a panel of New York investors. They come from Majorlee Investments, High Peaks Venture Partners, and Rho Capital Partners. Sign up here to hear their pitches and network with the crowd.
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Sponsored · Whitepaper
New stereolithography tech makes 3D printing of models, molds, and parts more accessible and affordable - for both prototyping and final presentations.
Design functional 3D-printed assemblies that work as intended, with the least amount of post-processing or trial-and-error.
3D-printed molds save time and money, enable more agile and modifiable manufacturing
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