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Friday, September 21, 2012

Honoring Inventors At The Museum Of Science

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(Left to right) Dr. Hugh Herr of iWalk Power-Foot BiOm, Bien Chann of Tera Diode Wavelength Beam Combining and patent lawyer David Dykeman of IlluminOss Medical Bone Stabilization System Inventors, with Robin at the Museum of Science, Boston.Dr. Hugh Herr of iWalk Power-Foot BiOm was honored at The Museum of Science, Boston "Invented Here" awards.Bien Chann of Tera Diode Wavelength Beam Combining with his family at the Museum of Science. His company was honored with an "Invented Here" award at the Museum of Science, Boston.

Robin was at the Museum of Science, Boston to honor four New Englad companies with “Invented Here” awards this week. Read more in the Boston Globe.


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