G-Form wins the Boston Museum of Science “Fan Favorite” Invented Here award

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We are thrilled to announce that we won the Boston Museum of Science Fan Favorite Invented Here award!

This award is in collaboration with the Boston Patent Law Association and helps to recognize New England’s newest and most innovative technologies.
Our competition was fierce. The three other amazing nominees were:

iWalk whose founder tragically lost both of his legs to frost bite while stranded for five days on Mount Washington and translated his tragedy in to inventing the first true personal bionic intervention enabling natural movement for lower-limb amputees.

TeraDiode
 whose founder told the moving story about being the first literate member of his Cambodian family having earned a PhD in Atomic Physics.  Now working at MIT’s Lincoln Labs, his technology dramatically increases the power of diodes and lasers to the point that his can cut through metal.

IlluminOss
 which is pioneering an innovative approach for repairing broken bones.

Danny Warshay receives the Boston Museum of Science's Fan Favorite award

From left to right: Ioannis Miaoulis, Museum President and Director – Danny Warshay, Executive Chairman G-Form – Robin Young, host of WBUR’s news magazine Here and Now

For more info, vist Boston.com’s blog post located here.

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