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MedLite ID Awarded Patient Safety Solutions Agreement with Premier

St. George, UT – April 8, 2021 – MedLite ID has been awarded a group purchasing agreement for Patient Safety solutions with Premier. Effective May 1, 2021, the new agreement allows Premier members, at their discretion, to take advantage of special pricing and terms pre‐negotiated by Premier for the MedLite ID patient safety device. “As […]

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MedLite ID Signs Exclusive Consulting Agreement with Business Asia Consultants, Inc.

Business Asia Consultants Will Distribute MedLite ID’s Innovative Patient Safety Device in Multiple International Markets St. George, UT — MedLite ID, a Utah-based manufacturer with the world’s only patient safety solution that lights the emergency medication infusion line to prevent medication errors related to multiple infusions, has signed an exclusive multi-nation consulting contract with Business […]

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MedLite ID Secures $5M Series A Financing Round Led by 1st Gen Medical

MedLite ID’s single‐use device simplifies line‐tracing and significantly reduces the risk of errors in medication routing. St. George, Utah — MedLite ID, Inc. announced today the close of its Series A financing round. The $5,000,000 round is broken into two tranches. The first tranche is $3,000,000 immediately available to finance commercialization operations. The second tranche […]

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Fill Drinks Grand Opening Shows Students & Deans are Ready to Fill Up

Fill Drinks grand opening today sees a steady line of students, faculty, staff and even President Williams, subscribing to the unlimited drink service. St. George: DSU students Braden Bringhurst, Devon Dickson and Stuart Baker are hosting the launch of their new company, Fill Drinks, today at Brooks’ Stop from 9 am until 4 pm. This […]

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St. George start-up company achieves two major milestones

St. George, Utah – Steribin, the St. George-based start-up company who began development in 2018 for a device to disinfect airport security bins, has achieved two major milestones in the last week. Steribin recently opened its first investment round, seeking to raise $300,000 in capital from accredited investors. After attention grew towards Steribin, the company […]

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Former Utah Senator Patricia Jones Proclaims “The Future is Female”

By April VeVea Jones, keynote speaker at yesterday’s Level Up Luncheon, believes Washington County is “more than ready” to see more women in leadership positions, Jones “excited to be part of it” St. George: The Saint George Area Chamber of Commerce in partnership with Young Professionals of Saint George hosted the Level Up Luncheon at Atwood […]

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Fill Drinks Allows Students to Fill Up

By April VeVea New student-owned business, in partnership with Dixie State, gives students the opportunity to purchase subscriptions for unlimited drink refills at Brooks’ Stop. Braden Bringhurst, Devon Dickson, and Stuart Baker, three Dixie State University students, celebrated the opening of their first Fill Drinks location at Brooks’ Stop last night. Fill Drinks allows students […]

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Solar Wind Turbine Incubated at Dixie State University Added to Dixie Power Grid

Incubated by the 3X Green company at DSU’s Atwood Innovation Plaza, a unique, patent-approved solar wind turbine is now generating power for the community through a partnership with Dixie Power. “It’s a solar and wind machine all in one,” said Dr. Wayne Provost, director of innovation, guidance & solutions at DSU’s Atwood Innovation Plaza. “The […]

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MedLite ID is Awarded Three U.S. Patents, Applies for Six International Patents

MedLite ID is a company launching from the Dixie State University Atwood Innovation Plaza. MedLite ID has been awarded three broad utility patents covering all aspects of incorporating any method of lighting of an infusion line. In addition, a fourth patent is currently pending. In a first for any company incubating at the Atwood Innovation […]

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Why Does Tech Transfer Matter to Predominantly Undergraduate Institutions?

Retrieved from NCURA MAGAZINE – August 2020 – Page 49By Sylvia Bradshaw What’s “under the hood of research administration” when considering technology transfer, and why does it matter to those of us working at Predominantly Undergraduate Institutions (PUIs)? Hmmm, a story comes to mind. At my previous institution, Dixie State University (DSU), I met a […]

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