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FDA Approves New FemTech Device to Enhance Quality of Care for the Uterus

August 23rd, 2018|

The Luminelle DTx Hysteroscopy System has received its 510(k) clearance from the FDA with a dual-indication for both hysteroscopy and cystoscopy. The Luminelle DTx Hysteroscopy System is small, easy to use, cost effective and has [...]

Panaceutics Developes Edible Gel To Replace 20 Heart Pills A Day

February 9th, 2018|Tags: , , |

The American Heart Association says 24 percent of heart attack patients don’t fill their prescriptions within a week after discharge, and 34 percent of heart attack patients with multiple prescriptions stop taking at least one [...]

Zenomics Awarded $5.8M for Developing Smart Insulin Delivery Devices

July 6th, 2017|

Zenomics is developing innovative drug delivery systems that enhance health and improve quality of life; specifically focusing on the development of transformative glucose-responsive insulin delivery devices for intelligently controlling release of insulin and regulating blood sugar [...]

Wege Foundation Awards First Flight’s LiftOff Program $50,000 to Assist NC Tech Start-Ups

April 27th, 2016|

First Flight Venture Center (FFVC) announced today that its LiftOff Program was awarded a $50,000 grant from the Wege Foundation.  Based in Grand Rapids, Michigan, the Foundation focuses on giving grants to organizations that enhance [...]

Help Support the First Flight LIFTOFF Program

October 23rd, 2015|

LiftOff is our innovative program to help North Carolina's scientific entrepreneurs get early funding for their technology start-ups. Our team of in-house executives and grant experts will guide LiftOff start-ups through grant applications so they can [...]

The RTP Reports That FFVC Wows the White House

August 19th, 2015|

Learn about FFVC and the $50,000 grant they received at the first White House Pitch Day in this video produced by The RTP. Nestled between RTI International and The Hamner Institute on Davis Drive in Research Triangle Park, First Flight Venture Center works daily with early stage life science companies to help them grow. Open since 1991, the incubator aims to help tenants succeed in an industry that has an extremely long lab to consumer lifespan. […]