Crowdsourcing generates valuable R&D

  • Article by: NEAL ST. ANTHONY , Star Tribune
  • Updated: May 5, 2013 - 8:01 PM

The local creators of a nonprescription pad to stop nuisance bleeding are using social media to help bring their product to market.

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handsomepeteMay. 6, 13 3:36 PM

Crowd sourcing is a great idea. Maybe some so-called "climate researchers" and those working at the Humphrey Institute at the University of Minnesota can get some crowd funding instead of relying on money from taxpayers? No, I guess that wouldn't work. You have to produce something useful for society to get crowd funding.

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smillerimtMay. 6, 13 8:51 PM

Neal: It was a pleasure meeting you and discussing Inspiration Medical and AllaQuix™. You gave an accurate overview of what our company and campaign is all about. The campaign is live on IndieGoGo. We will be posting updates during the campaign (until early June) on YouTube AllaQuix™ channel and the Campaign Comments section. Thanks. Steve

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sr4564May. 7, 1312:59 PM

I hope families keep an eye out for this, also. Sometimes it doesn't seem like a problem (or there's nothing that can be done for it) but sharp family members hear of solutions and spread the word. Solving these kinds of problems can be the best gift of all.

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