Good news today in MassHighTech about one of NSIV’s earliest graduates. Congrats to our friend CEO Peter Vandermeulen and his company!
As part of each week’s Startup Report, Mass High Tech highlights five startup companies and their business goals. Check out one of them…and be sure to vote. [Big hint: “Biotech InnoVenture Center: — an innovation ecosystem, an incubator that provides support for entrepreneurs in biotech, pharma and medical devices. BIVC offers well-equipped shared laboratory spaceRead more
Recent NSIV Graduate, Arctic Sand Technologies was named Mass High Tech‘s “Startup Watch: Five You Should Follow” for the week of September 17th. The company has developed technology that allows them to more efficiently regulate DC voltages on circuit boards for consumer and industrial products. Arctic Sand recently raised $6.6 Million and expects further funds asRead more
New NSIV member company Cellanyx is starting off with a bang. The emerging cancer diagnostics company was named one of Mass High Tech’s “Five You Should Follow” for Oct. 29th – Nov. 2nd. This comes on the heels of being one of three NSIV companies to make the final 26 in the 2012 Mass Challenge.Read more
Congratulations to New England Hydropower Company (NEHC) for its big win in securing a $200,000 recoverable grant for its partner JAL Hydro through the Rhode Island Economic Development Corporation (RIEDC). The grant will be used to evaluate the feasibility of developing a low-impact, run-of-the river hydropower project using NEHC’s Archimedes Screw Generators. NEHC has pioneeredRead more
NSIV member Georgia Mitsi of Apptomics is a finalist in the 2013 Female Entrepreneur Challenge. The competition is sponsored by the Center for Women & Enterprise (CWE) and will be part of the 2013 CWE 7th Annual Women Business Leaders Conference.Read more
Colin Davis, one of NSIV’s very first members to join the incubator with his company kWhOURS, Inc., has founded a new venture called Something Gud. The company is a consumer portal service that delivers 100% locally sourced food directly to your home or office. You may say that Something Gud is the Farmers Market gone virtual.Read more
NSIV member, Quad Technologies (www.quadtechnologies.net), has been selected as a subcontractor to evaluate the commercial potential of nanocomposite production. This project has been made possible through the National Science Foundation award for the grant, “Continuous, Large-Scale Nanocomposite Production via Micellualar Electrospray.”Read more
NSIV’s COO Tom Kinneman is proof that the grueling training that goes into conditioning for triathlons pays off. On Sunday, September 15, Tom crossed the finish line, placing 9th in the world (in his age group) in the PruHealth World Triathlon Grand Final in London. The PruHealth World Triathlon Grand Final is considered to beRead more
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