"The workshop explored 3D printing, an innovative technology that covers all medical disciplines and offers new opportunities in diagnostics and therapy," it said.
Payal Mukherjee, an otologist, cochlear implant and lateral skull base surgeon in Sydney, stressed on the need for not only research but also availability of facilities for conducting clinical trials on large animals.
Alok Kejriwal, CEO and co-founder of Games2win, said due to lack of funds, gaming start-ups often have a very short, often incomplete runway to attempt its second and third game and succeed.
"We will invite gaming start-ups to seek funding from us to launch their next title, get mentored and aggressively marketed by our network. Given that we have more than 230 million downloads and over 1 million daily active users, we can easily funnel our players to new games that we strongly believe in," he said in a statement.
Games2win also stated that it has "no capital restriction for this fund".
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