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[HIL in Nevada Today] University collaboration leads HIL Applied Medical to name Reno as North American headquarters

A continuing collaboration between the University of Nevada, Reno and HIL Applied Medical has led to the Israeli-based company naming Reno as its North American headquarters. HIL Applied Medical will also invest in the advanced equipment at the University’s Nevada Terawatt Facility, where world-class research in high-energy-density science is conducted. Read more on Nevada Today...

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[HIL Applied Medical in Geektime] Israeli biomed HIL Applied Medical acquires Reno’s Nanolabz in race for cancer treatment

Jerusalem-based HIL Applied Medical Ltd. announced on Thursday their buyout of Nanolabz Inc., a Nevada-based firm developing smart nano-engineered targets for the short-pulse R&D sector. According to CEO Sagi Brink-Danan, HIL made their acquisition through an equity agreement wherein Nanolabz’s stakeholders gained ownership of 5% of the Israeli company’s shares. Read more on...

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[HIL Applied Medical in Globes] HIL Applied Medical acquires Nanolabz

Israeli company HIL Applied Medical, which develops laser-accelerated proton beams for medical purposes, has acquired US company Nanolabz. “The merger with Nanolabz makes it possible to combine the two companies’ patents and development teams, which complement each other, enabling us to accelerate our development,” says HIL Applied Medical CEO Sagi Brink-Danan. Following the merger, Nanolabz’s name will be changed to HIL US. The development center in the US will continue operating side by side with the Israeli development center, which will manage it. Read more on...

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[HIL in Geektime] Israeli biomed HIL Applied Medical acquires Reno’s Nanolabz in race for cancer treatment

Jerusalem-based HIL Applied Medical Ltd. announced on Thursday their buyout of Nanolabz Inc., a Nevada-based firm developing smart nano-engineered targets for the short-pulse R&D sector. According to CEO Sagi Brink-Danan, HIL made their acquisition through an equity agreement wherein Nanolabz’s stakeholders gained ownership of 5% of the Israeli company’s shares. Read more on...

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