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Now Recruiting: Minnetronix Engineers Reconnect with Alma Maters

Sep 17, 2015 by Emily Moses, Project QA Engineer

Minnetronix has a wealth of career opportunities for engineering students who are interested in medical device innovation. As a recent graduate, I am excited to share the impactful and fun…

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The Great Minnetronix Get-Together

Sep 9, 2015 by Jackie Freppert, Marketing and Events Coordinator

For ten days each summer, our neighbors to the north become the talk of the town. Literally. The Minnesota State Fair, an end of summer tradition since 1859, attracts about 1.8 million…

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Customer-Focused Design: Four Essential Steps to Achieving Success

Aug 20, 2015 by Jon Davis, Engineering Director

Innovative medical device companies face a myriad of external pressures and expectations. In addition to regulatory and technical hurdles, the demand to create devices that perform with the same ease as familiar consumer devices is growing.

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Minnetronix from an Intern’s Perspective

Aug 18, 2015 by Gillian McDonald, Mechanical Engineering Intern

Each summer, Minnetronix recruits a select group of interns hailing from engineering programs around the country (and other countries on occasion) to contribute to the company’s growing…

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Minnetronix’ Updated Brand Identity Highlights Expanded Business Portfolio

Aug 4, 2015 by Jeremy Maniak, Chief Operating Officer

With the launch of our new website, Minnetronix also introduced our updated brand identity, which more closely reflects the company we are today. We are excited to continue growing our core…

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ASAIO 2015: Sharing our Research and Expanding our Expertise in Mechanical Circulatory Support

Aug 1, 2015 by Matt Stoll, Product Manager, New Ventures

As part of our ongoing commitment to the field of mechanical circulatory support, Minnetronix recently exhibited at the American Society of Artificial Internal Organs (ASAIO) 61st annual conference. We traveled to sunny Chicago for three days in June to host an exhibit booth, attend the scientific sessions, and engage with experts and clinicians in the space.

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