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Open Biomedical Initiative wants to disrupt biomedical ecosystem from the Bottom Up
An italian team reacently launched this interesting initiative:
The Open Biomedical Initiative is a newly established nonprofit organization with the purpose of creating and promoting Low-Cost, Open Source, 3D Printable Biomedical Technologies. It was founded by Bruno Lenzi (electronics/biomedical engineer, Founder) and Cristian Padovano (biotechnologist, Co-Founder).
Will a “team of engineers, doctors, biotechnologists, makers, enthusiasts, curious people” be able to disrupt biomedical ecosystem from the bottom up? And with a non-profit proposition?