GEODBONE ROAD TO BOSTON !!!
July 28th, 2021 – We are very happy to announce that after many months of mentoring and preparation, GeodBone was selected among the 16 finalists that will travel to Boston, Massachusetts, in order to improve technologies and scale internationally, with the support of ChileMass (#ChileMassEmprende).
The expected results of this meeting will be to connect Chilean companies and entrepreneurs with relevant actors in Boston, seeking to facilitate the creation of agreements, which will allow them to improve their technology, raise capital or generate new customers, partners or collaborators, and on the other hand, promote the advancement to a new phase of entrepreneurship.
We are sure that GeodBone has a huge social impact and is very compatible with Boston’s powerful healthtech ecosystem.
GEODBONE SELECTED FOR THE CHILEMASS EMPRENDE¬†PROGRAM, INTERNATIONALIZATION STAGE.
February 3rd, 2021 – During the month of January, the 57 selected participants in the ChileMass Emprende Program were announced. This program is led by Corfo and the Chile Massachusetts Alliance, with the objective of supporting the internationalization of high-potential national technological ventures, with the innovation ecosystem of Boston, Massachusetts, one of the most powerful in the world.
INDUSTRY EXPERTS MEET WITH RESEARCHERS BEFORE GLOBAL UC 2019
January 24th, 2021 – In order to present the two winning technologies of Global UC 2019 before a committee of experts, the Transfer Office has met with industry experts to share their comments with the research teams before to their trip to Boston.
GEODBONE is a spin-off as a result of the Research and Development of the Pontifical Catholic University of Chile (PUC).
Bone loss decreases the functionality and well- being of the body, in addition to not being able to perform implants successfully. Current solutions for bone filling do not always provide a good result.
We created a biocompatible, biodegradable and biologically active material, manufactured with rapid prototyping in 3D printing, with a very specific geodesic shape, and with a microporous surface.