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Glenbrook Receives Inventors Hall of Fame Honors

The New Jersey Inventors Hall of Fame has honored Glenbrook Technologies Inc., a 26-year-old x-ray inspection technology company headquartered in Randolph, NJ, with its Invention Advancement Award for 2009. The award recognizes Glenbrook’s x-ray imaging technology, which produces highly magnified fluoroscopic images that reveal tiny anatomical details, and displays them on a video monitor in full motion, using very low levels of radiation.

This capability is not available in any of todayâEUR(TM)s other radiological imaging modalities. This technology is now used by most major medical device manufacturers in the United States, for development and production, as well as for preclinical and research studies, to ensure the quality of medical implants. Glenbrook is only the fifth recipient of the Invention Advancement Award, granted to individuals or organizations in New Jersey that advance inventive, innovative and entrepreneurial activities, making a positive impact on peopleâEUR(TM)s lives. Previous winners were the New Jersey Commission on Science and Technology (1999), the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey (2000), the New Jersey Technology Council (2001) and the Biotechnology Council of New Jersey (2002). The New Jersey Inventors Hall of Fame is based at Stevens Institute of Technology. The Invention Advancement Award, and the Hall of FameâEUR(TM)s other awards, will be presented at a dinner held at Stevens Institute on Thursday, Oct. 22, 2009.

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