Carnegie Mellon University (CMU) has broken its own record for startup creation by spinning out 36 companies in a single year. Startups from the university launch this year include medtech firm PECA Labs, which is developing a heart valve which will see a reduction in open heart surgeries performed on children, 3D printer manufacturer PieceMaker…
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