By Helga Weires, Nerac Analyst,
Originally Published: June 19, 2017
Some of the brightest novel products across industries are originating from existing – or old inventions. Innovation does not have to be born of a zero starting block. Developing new, brilliant products can be a function of taking existing tools and re-purposing them for an entirely new use. Examples of this are plentiful in the medical device industry. Learn more in this article!
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