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Polarean Imaging signs deal with University of British Colombia

CEO Richard Hullihen said: “UBC has a long history and pioneering reputation in the field of medical imaging research and I look forward to providing further updates regarding our collaboration with UBC as appropriate.”

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The company is a specialist in medical imaging

Polarean Imaging Plc (LON:POLX), the medical imaging technology company, said the University of British Columbia (UBC) is acquiring one of the company’s polarizer systems.

No financial details were mentioned, but the Polarean release said UBC has received support from the Canada Foundation for Innovation.

The company’s chief executive, Richard Hullihen, said: "We are excited to welcome Doctors Sin and Leipsic and the staff of UBC to our expanding base of collaborative researchers and look forward to assisting them in achieving the goals of their research programme.

“UBC has a long history and pioneering reputation in the field of medical imaging research and I look forward to providing further updates regarding our collaboration with UBC as appropriate.”

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