NanoEcho has been awarded a grant from the SME (Small and Medium Enterprises) -fund within the European Union Intellectual Property Office to cover initial fees related to a new patent application and trademark protection. These grants are provided to support the management of intellectual property assets for European SMEs.
An investigator-led clinical development study has started at Skåne University Hospital in Malmö. In this context, the first examination of resected rectal cancer tissue has been performed with the NanoEcho diagnostic system.
NanoEcho has been cleared to start a clinical development study at Skåne University Hospital in Malmö. The ethics committee has already approved the study and recruitment of patients is planned to commence during the fall.
NanoEcho has chosen the supplier us4us and started collaboration around the development and future manufacturing of the imaging device.