Microdermics Inc, co-founded by MECH professor Boris Stoeber featured by CMC Microsystems

CMC Microsystems, a company that works with and supports researchers and industry across Canada’s National Design Network, recently interviewed MECH professor and co-founder Boris Stoeber on the success of his UBC based start-up Microdermics Inc. Currently, the startup is working to develop a hollow microneedle that would serve as a painless alternative to the hypodermic needle.

The article highlights the company’s recent achievements, such as winning the $110,000 first prize in the BC Innovation Council’s New Ventures BC annual competition, and discusses what makes their product so competitive.

Read the full article below.

Follow the history of Microdermics through our various stories:

UBC faculty and alumni win first and third place (and several other awards) at BCIC New Ventures Competition (September 2016)

UBC researchers develop painless and inexpensive microneedle to monitor drugs (July 2016)

To read more features from CMC Microsystems, please visit their website at: http://www.cmc.ca/NewsAndEvents/Articles.aspx