IST Finds a New Model and Some Investors
This article was originally published in Start Up
The Texas Back Institute's incubator, Innovative Spinal Technologies Inc. (IST), has scrapped its first technology transfer model. Last year it , began working with large VCs to re-draw its model and recapitalize the company.
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