Particle Sciences has received a Notice of Allowance for its SATx™ platform, which has utility in applications ranging from oncology to vaccines. The SATx™ technology is a disruptive nanoparticle platform that helps clients improve the potency, safety, and utility of both large and small molecule therapeutics. Read more: http://prn.to/1CbkEhf
The industry responsible for producing some of the highest-tech products, like missiles and sophisticated cell phones, was using some very low-tech methods when it came to ordering parts. Orbweaver developed a sophisticated supply-chain management software that is disrupting the industry. Read more: http://bit.ly/1O3nnkl
James Abrams founded EthosGen, which helps the military, large manufacturers, and other companies fill their energy needs without the use of fossil fuels. EthosGen placed in the top 25 of 2,500 companies Continue Reading ...
Whether to protect intellectual property with a patent or by treating it as a trade secret is a decision with which many tech ventures similarly wrestle, said Ken Okrepkie, regional manager for BFTP/NEP. Read more: http://bit.ly/1xf4EOK
The Innovation Center in Wilkes-Barre, a member of the Ben Franklin Incubator Network, has become a hub for technology companies, including many BFTP/NEP clients. Fourteen companies employ more than 120 people in the incubator and occupancy rates continue to increase. Read more: http://bit.ly/1F3UVx4
Highwood USA LLC has won the Ben Franklin Technology Partners Innovation Award for entrepreneurial achievement as the company that best exemplifies the quintessential entrepreneurial spirit. Highwood started in 2003 with seven employees Continue Reading ...
OraSure Technologies, Bethlehem, won the Pennsylvania Bio 2014 Deal of the Year Award for its national five-year agreement with AbbVie. The collaboration, which was launched last year, brought together the nation’s only federally approved rapid hepatitis C test, by OraSure, with AbbVie’s expertise and leadership in hepatitis C treatment. Read more: http://bit.ly/18DugJu
Cerora Inc. is working with Lehigh athletes in clinical studies of brain wave activity to help develop technology that takes the guesswork out of diagnosing concussions. The Cerora Borealis™, a portable device that can be worn as a headset or on Google Glass, measures brain waves and communicates with a computer. Read more: http://www1.lehigh.edu/news/seeking-clarity-concussions
The windows in a building are the most energy-inefficient part, the weak link in the chain. Vitrius’ innovative R-Series Radiant Windows and Enertive Energy Monitoring System work by charging the window with electricity to respond and react with the environment. Read more: http://bit.ly/19gCQ1H
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