Revatis AM, Inc.
Dorm It Up, Inc.
Stone Cliff Technology, LLC/Kortivity
Thermal Expansion Solutions, Inc.
Acoustic Shield, Inc.
Swan Solutions, Inc./Knocki
Cosine Additive, Inc.
First Choice Pet Care
Dynamo Micropower, Inc.
Respiratory Motion, Inc.
Safety First Appliance Protection, LLC
Rescue Therapeutics, Inc.
OneLogos Education Solutions, Inc.
Flowbelow Aero, Inc.
Davidson Dynamics, LLC
Flotime LLC – is a platform technology of reusable, reverse fluid flow, color changing indicators and timers that are small, ultra low-cost, battery-free and environmentally friendly. FloTime creates smart packaging solutions when embedded into a product. The technology will improve customers’ experiences with any product that requires a timed event during use. A few of the many products that would benefit from FloTime are: Toothpaste tubes to indicate the recommended two-minute brushing time; pill bottles to indicate elapsed time since the last pill was taken as a way to avoid double dosages; and hair care products to indicate elapsed soak time.
Shape Memory Medical, Inc. – (SMM) was incorporated to commercialize the shape memory polymer (SMP) foam technology for treating cerebrovascular aneurysms. Dr. Duncan Maitland is an inventor of the SMP foam device, founder and Associate Professor of Biomedical Engineering at Texas A&M University (TAMU). SMM is pursuing the SMP foam commercialization with its partners, TAMU and Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL).
Ecolyse, Inc. – provides products and services to remediate pipeline corrosion and reservoir souring as well as a variety of other bacterial, fungal and algae problems in industrial settings. The company is developing ecologically safe, non-toxic solutions to the remediation of microbial induced problems in pipes, containers, tanks, pits, reservoirs and more by utilizing bacteriophage, natural bacterial predators. Bacteriophage, or phage, are ubiquitous, natural, water-borne particles that absorb to bacterial cells, inject their DNA, and then generate hundreds of new phage particles while killing the bacterial cell.