A variety of companies, both large and small, have accelerated their growth within our facilities. A handful of brilliant startups are here right now. Several have already emerged from our incubator and accelerator programs and gone on to be successful in their fields. Check out our incredible collection of today's residents and yesterday's graduates.
Making robots like Wall-E a reality, beginning first with Burro, a robotic platform that follows people anywhere and can autonomously run cargo back.
Creates 3D desktop bioprinters and bioinks that print living cells.
A smartphone-based DNA detection platform that lets you analyze DNA in the field, not the lab.
Producing high performance, low-cost, and space saving research microscopes.
An active water-testing platform utilizing microfluidics and graphene technology.
Developing a portable circadian-friendly and portable light to reduce sleep disruption and improve patient outcomes.
Creates products that enable the rapid connection of grid-ready distributed energy resources (DERs), especially solar photovoltaic systems.
Developing audio and communication systems for adventurous lifestyles.
Makes quantitative electron beam induced current (EBIC) imaging systems.
A QR-code door-control system allowing for greater control of building access for multi-tenant residence buildings.
A startup building "soft" IoT devices as entry level educational tools.
Creating an internet-connected device that automatically tests and reports on egress lights.
Simplifying automation with snap-on solutions for energy saving.
Revolutionizing how we study and grow plants with fully-automated, aeroponic, app-controlled cubes.
A product development firm that brings hardware into production, most notably the Noria smart window air conditioner.
A mobile robotics company that builds software and systems, including autonomous navigation systems for service vehicles.
Noria is the first window air conditioner designed entirely with you in mind.
Developing the world's first fully automated, standalone traumatic injury detection device.
Helping COPD patients breathe easy again with an ambulatory and wearable respiratory assist device.
Designing premium, compact and modular arcade cabinets for eSports tournaments and retro gaming enthusiasts
Strados Labs is working on a product called Pulmawear which helps patients better manage the day-to-day challenges of living with chronic asthma by leverage smart sensors and a user-friendly mobile platform.
Formerly known as Vibrating Therapeutic Apparel. Developing sleeves that use vibration therapy to help people with amputated limbs find relief from phantom limb pain.
Top Banana Screen Printing offers a variety of high quality printing services such as high resolution direct to garment printing, screen printing, B2B and tee shirt web fulfillment services.
A surgical tool tracking platform.
Develops end-to-end solutions to help patients manage complex medication schedules with ease.
The first potential head injury awareness sensor designed specifically for laborers and construction workers.
Offering the first ever Active STEM Play experience for kids ages 6-12 to get them moving around and learning to code.
The first desktop waterjet
Early stage concept development, prototyping, and innovation management systems for entrepreneurs.
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