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BIOINTRAFACE ® – TAKES ‘PEEK’ into the Future.

In 2012, BIOINTRAFACE ® receives US trademark registration.

In 2011, BioIntraface® was granted two US Patents for biomaterials and coatings with promising applications to drug delivery, controlling bioactivity, wound healing and the prevention of infection on medical devices. BioIntraface® was also granted US FDA establishment registration for medical devices.

Coating for medical devices can limit infections



PROVIDENCE – *BioIntraface* is one of those companies that you may never understand exactly what it is they do, but its work may one day positively impact your medical care.

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BioIntraface® prepares for entrance into global medical device markets: BioIntraface® expands technology patent filings to seven major industrial nations and the 28 member countries of the EU including UK, Germany, France, and Austria.


PBN announces 2010 R.I. Innovation Awards winners, to be honored Sept. 22

PROVIDENCE – Providence Business News has named the honorees in the 2010 Rhode Island Innovation Awards program, enterprises that range from startups to global manufacturers.

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BioIntraface® is PBN Innovation Awards 2010 Finalist

BioIntraface® will be recognized as a finalist behind Amgen in the Providence Business News 2010 Innovations Awards in the category of Health Care & Biotechnology Innovations. The 15 honorees will be profiled in a special PBN supplement, and celebrated at the 5th Annual Rhode Island Innovation Awards dinner and ceremony on Wednesday, September 22nd at Bryant University’s Bello Center. Governor Carcieri, RI-EDC Executive Director Keith Stokes, and Bryant University President Ronald Machtley will be among the guests congratulating the honorees.

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(Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania) Airlift Foundation funds research using BioIntraface technology on fracture fixation devices.

President of BioIntraface describes an Airlift Foundation funded research collaboration with Rhode Island Hospital and Brown University to add bioactivity and antimicrobial properties to intramedullary nails used to repair limb fractures

Congressman Mike Doyle – Presents Airlift Foundation Research Award to BioIntraface Clinical Advisory Member Christopher Born, MD for Trauma Research at Rhode Island Hospital and Brown University.

 BioIntraface Officers Invited to Rhode Island State House


One big tree or a forest of saplings?

Rhode Island opts to nurture its startup “saplings” rather than plant mature trees…


BioIntraface takes top spot in 2009 RI Business Plan Competition


PROVIDENCE – A company that is working on preventing medical device-related infections and a team of Brown University students developing an energy drink were the two big winners in the sixth Rhode Island Business Plan Competition.


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