FY 2011 Startups

E-Language Learning, LLC

E-Language Learning is an online platform that gives foreign language students the opportunity to practice, receive instruction, and be assessed. Instructors can prepare online oral practice exercises and assessments and can then access the students’ results and give grades and feedback. 

Medtric, LLC

Medtric has developed a nanoscale-based therapy called Osmotec that is specifically engineered to protect wounds against infection and advance the healing process. Medtric is developing Osmotec to be available in a variety of forms such as gels, foam pads, and disinfecting sprays

Microfluidic Innovations, LLC

Microfluidic Innovations has patented a technology that allows you to develop microfluidic assays with no microfluidic experience required.  The AssayMark Controller and Software provide a simple way to control assay execution on the programmable microfluidic chips. 

Poly Group, LLC

Poly Group is a technology company that focuses on biocompatible antimicrobial co-polymers. The company’s licensed technology Nouvex, kills 99.9 percent of bacteria in 1 to 10 minutes. Nouvex is inexpensive and can be easily integrated during the manufacturing process. 

Telos Discovery Systems

Telos Discovery Systems is an equipment manufacturer that provides expertise in reverse translation of human measures into novel automated animal tasks. Telos leverages 3D printing and rapid prototyping data acquisition technologies to provide solutions built on tested hardware and software.

Viricor, Inc.

Vocordys, LLC

Vocordys is a company creating medical diagnostic devices that could detect a rare respiratory disease, Vocal Cord Dysfunction. Vocal Cord Dysfunction is commonly misdiagnosed as asthma. Vocordys is pursuing IRB approval to begin concept testing on human subjects.

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