The Wisconsin State Journal wrote a piece that highlighted Isomark's Canary and the $1.7 million "Fast Track" grant. It also discussed the potential for Canary to eventually be used to provide early detection for diseases such as Ebola. You can read all about it here.
The Journal Sentinel published an article on Isomark: "Isomark awarded grant to commercialize breath analyzer". This piece discusses some of the details on the recent grant from the National Institutes of Health.
MADISON – The National Institutes of Health has awarded Isomark LLC a $1.7 million grant to help develop and bring to market the Isomark Canary™, a non-invasive breath analyzer. The device is intended to provide early warnings of potentially deadly patient infections. The federal Small Business Innovation Research grant is a two-year “FastTrack” award that will help Isomark hire two employees – a biomedical engineer and a quality assurance manager. The grant also augments other base funding for the company, primarily from private investors, as it moves toward a federal Food and Drug Administration trial of the Canary. Earlier this year, Isomark announced a $150,000 investment by the Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation in the company as well results of a human study that demonstrated a link between breath carbon isotope…
Medcity News published an article on Isomark: "A breathalyzer for hospital-acquired infection". This article highlights some of the latest developments with Isomark and links back to another great piece they had previously done.