Master of Engineering in Medical Devices

The objective of the Masters Degree is to train professionals to apply their knowledge acquired in the improvement of manufacturing activities and to serve the needs of the industry.

Tuesday, September 16, 2014

From a statement issued by the Costa Rican Coalition for Development Initiatives (CINDE):

TEC Opens First Master of Engineering in Medical Devices in Latin America

The Tecnológico de Costa Rica (TEC), with the support of the Costa Rican Coalition for Development Initiatives (CINDE) and the University of Minnesota, has opened the first Master of Engineering in Medical Devices in Latin America.



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MicroVention, Inc., a subsidiary of Terumo Corporation, opened a manufacturing plant for platinum coils and stents for neurovascular treatments.

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Helix Medical is opening operations in Costa Rica with services in engineering, silicone extrusion and silicone molding and thermoplastics.

A statement from Helix Medical reads:

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