Tampa’s SynDaver Labs says synthetic dogs may save the lives of real ones during vet training

SynDaver hopes to collect $24M to make synthetic dogs for veterinary schools  @TB_Times

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  • TAMPA – Tampa biotech company SynDaver Labs, which makes synthetic human cadavers for training doctors, has unveiled a new product aimed at veterinarians.
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  • The company intends to donate the fake dogs to veterinary schools around the world as a training tool, then will make money by charging annual service fees to replace worn parts and update the technology.
  • It’s much like the synthetic humans the company makes, which are used in surgical and trauma training for doctors and emergency responders.

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Times Staff WriterTAMPA — Tampa biotech company SynDaver Labs, which makes synthetic human cadavers for training doctors, has unveiled a new product aimed at veterinarians.


Tampa’s SynDaver Labs says synthetic dogs may save the lives of real ones during vet training

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