Bethesda’s BrainScope scores $500k from NFL, General Electric

A Bethesda technology com­pany owned in part by Steve Case’s Rev­olution LLC gained yardage this week in its bid to help the National Football League and other sports organizations diagnose traumatic brain injuries.

BrainScope, which has 30 employees, announced Thursday that it received an additional $500,000 from the NFL and General Electric to keep working on its portable concussion-assessment system. The company is one of six finalists that the NFL and GE have chosen to fund...

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