“Starship Troopers” meets injury rehab: An interview with Cadence Biomedical

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As the Social Media Chair of MIT Enterprise Forum of the Northwest, I had the recent privilege of interviewing the staff of Cadence Biomedical (previously named Empowering Engineering Technologies), which will be one of six companies demoing on Thursday, May 12, at Northwest Startup DEMO — Spring 2011, in Seattle. This will be its first time publicly demonstrating the ExoWalk(TM), a device that will appeal to fans of powered exoskeletons and injury rehabilitation alike.

Brian Glaister, the President, CEO, and Co-Founder of Cadence Biomedical, and his team explained the ExoWalk(TM) and gave an inside look at their progress and what they will be showing to investors, potential clients, and the general public on May 12. They already have filed a patent and have received funding from the military and investors.

To purchase tickets for DEMO, visit: http://www.mitwa.org/events/demo/northwest-startup-demo-spring-2011

Cadence Biomedical can be contacted at: info@cadencebio.com

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