The Neurotech Business Report is the premier publication targeting the business of neurotechnology, the application of engineering techniques to human neural and information processing systems. Each monthly issue of Neurotech Business Report brings you in-depth, expert analysis of one of the newest and most promising industries of the 21st century.
While other newsletters cover the broad area of medtech, no other publication specifically targets the neurotech industry. And no one else is looking beyond the healthcare industry to cover the ongoing technology transfer from medical devices to commercial products in emerging markets like computer interfaces and training/simulation.
The Neurotech Business Report covers in-place and on-the-horizon activity and technology in:
Magnetic sensing and stimulation
Artificial neural networks
The editors of Neurotech Business Report scour the scene for current and potential applications of neurotechnology in areas such as:
Who will benefit
With its blend of up-to-date technology analysis and visionary insights into future market growth, Neurotech’s business report is aimed at entrepreneurs, upper-level managers, financial executives, and other key players in the this growing industry, including engineering managers, financial planners, venture capitalists and marketing managers.
In every issue
Each issue of Neurotech Business Report offers information-rich features and departments that give you a complete picture of the state of the industry.
The editors take an in-depth look at an emerging market for neurotechnology products and systems. They’ll tell you who the key players are, where the customers are coming from, barriers to growth, and likely growth rates.
Each issue contains a critical analysis of a key manufacturer. Editors review company management, customer base, core technology, competitive position, financial history and future prospects.
Offers and start-ups
You will be kept up to date with information on funding activities from venture capital sources, IPOs, mergers and acquisitions, and licensing agreements.
Profiles of research institutions
The editors will introduce you to the main sources of technological development in universities, governments and private research institutes. They will inform readers of opportunities for technology licensing or participation in sponsored consortia.
Legal and regulatory issues
You are kept informed of regulatory matters that may or may not affect the market, including
Intellectual property issues
Editors cover dozens of tech conferences, association meetings, trade shows, and events, filtering out news, trends, and important discoveries from everyone.
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