Exhibitors show off latest medical technology at Minneapolis Convention Center

Updated: October 24, 2019 06:25 PM

Hundreds of exhibitors showing off the latest medical technology filled the Minneapolis Convention Center for a two-day show this week.

From synthetic cadavers to robotic assistants and even 3-D printers that can replicate the bones and tissues inside of your body – thousands of attendees got face-to-face with cutting-edge products.

"It's a place to bring your own learning and gain some new learning through face-to-face experience," said Suzanne Defree's, Brand Director for Intelligent Systems & Design at Informa Markets Advanced Manufacturing Group. "We don't just work, we play here too, and it's a great place to network and advance your career."

The annual event is celebrating its 25th year in Minnesota.

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