Monthly Archives: March 2014

Learning Resources for Human Physiological Signal Monitoring

At Great Lakes NeuroTechnologies, we believe that knowledge is the key to getting the most from our physiological monitoring products. That’s why we offer a wide range of educational tools to help our customers understand our products and human physiological signal acquisition. These resources are free and available to both customers and non-customers and include videos,

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Strategies for Countering the Troubling State of U.S. Biomedical Research Funding

The Big Picture

2013: Terrible Year for Great Ideas in Biomedical Research – HighlightHealth.com

U.S. no longer leads world in biomedical research funding – United Press International

CWRU loses funding due to federal cuts - NPR

If you are currently involved in federally funded research,

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Quick Tip: Writing Better Grant Proposals

As the federal government cuts funding for biomedical research and development, it is getting harder than ever for researchers to win grants. If you want federal funding for your research projects, you have to write great grant proposals. In this Quick Tip video, GLNT President Joe Giuffrida, PhD offers some suggestions for how to strengthen your grant proposals.

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March 2014 BioRadio Newsletter

GLNT BioSignals

Biomedical News, Applications, and Ideas for Researchers & Educators
March 2014

In this edition

Funding
NSTA 2014
Wireless Motion Sensor
2014 Webinar Series

Strategies: Countering the Troubling State of U.S. Biomedical Research Funding

Anyone involved in federally funded research knows how challenging it has become to secure grants for biomedical research and development.

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GLNT is offering two college scholarships

Great Lakes NeuroTechnologies is offering two $1,000 scholarships to Cleveland-area seniors who are planning to study Biomedical Engineering in college. You can learn more and download the application here. The deadline for applications is April 30, 2014.

Last year’s submissions were very strong and we chose three winners,

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Wireless Signal Monitoring