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A BELFAST technology firm developing a number of specialised medical devices has received its second major cash injection in a month.
Neurovalens has been boosted by £750,000 from the Growth Finance Fund to support the launch of a new sleep product in the USA later this year.
Belfast-based health tech company Neurovalens is set to create 22 new jobs with the development of a ground-breaking medical device.
Neurovalens, a global leader of neuro-technology products, is embarking on the development of a device for the treatment of obesity with £1m support from Invest NI. The technology is based on the neuro stimulation of specific areas of the brain responsible for influencing appetite and cravings.
The University of California recently awarded UC San Diego entrepreneur Jason McKeown for his wearable weight loss technology company Neurovalens, UC announced Monday.
A Northern Ireland firm that developed a headset aimed at helping weight loss is on the award shortlist at the tech world’s biggest event for innovators.
The product, Modius, claims to stimulate the part of the brain that controls fat storage and metabolism.
Neurovalens is offering positions in engineering and marketing.
Belfast-based tech firm Neurovalens has announced 10 new positions in software engineering, hardware engineering and marketing. The company hopes to fill the positions before the end of 2017.