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Precision Syringe: Difficult problems make for interesting solutions

Injecting drugs into the muscles behind a child’s eyeball isn’t as easy as it sounds. Current best practices take no less than three skilled hands and a lifetime of specialty medical training. It is among the astonishing sounding medical procedures that are, in fact,...

Global Laparoscopic Solutions Provides Access to Surgery

Two billion people lack access to the best surgical care. While citizens of the United States and other developed countries take for granted that they will receive the standard of care during surgery, hundreds of millions of surgeries proceed with increased risk of...

Omaha’s University Startup Incubator

The Omaha World Herald recently featured an editorial on the ongoing efforts within the University of Nebraska Medical Center and the University of Nebraska Omaha’s efforts to bring vital new products to market from the ongoing research at both campuses. We are...

Welcome to UNeTech

We are so happy to welcome you to the all-new unetech.org and our ongoing blog. The blog will feature stories about the first shared research institute between the University of Nebraska Omaha and the University of Nebraska Medical Center. Did you know that UNeTech is...

More than just outcomes

Imagine the nurse wheeling you into surgery. How do you know it’s going to go well? In order to even get a job as a surgeon, your doctor has nearly a decade of schooling, years of training and hours of annual ongoing education. That surgeon has passed endless tests...
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