Aunigma Network Solutions Corp. (Atlanta, GA)
Aunigma is launching next generation network security integrated into high performance protocols to address new and expanding communication platforms and related internet security threats.
c2shield GmbH (Berlin, Germany)
c2shield's mission is to revolutionize the food safety and healthcare industries with start of the art, patented, real-time analyte detection technology developed at Auburn's Center for Detection and Food Safety.
CytoViva, Inc. (Auburn, AL)
CytoViva’s technology combines Auburn's patented, enhanced darkfield optical microscopy with high resolution hyperspectral imaging. These integrated technologies were specifically designed to enable real-time optical observation at ultra high resolution with minimal sample preparation.
Eagle Aquaculture, Inc. (Auburn, AL)
Eagle produces hybrid catfish fingerlings with superior growth rates, disease resistance and feed conversion to the domestic catfish industry.
Falcon Protein Products, Inc. (Birmingham, AL)
Falcon will provide a rendering technology that delivers a high protein product in an environmentally friendly and energy efficient manner.
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FoodSource Biotech (Birmingham, AL)
FoodSource Biotech develops and manufactures a variety of products that incorporate active ingredients into safe and eco-friendly products for consumption by animals.
Gavin Brothers LLC (Waco, TX)
Gavin Brothers markets the Drumbelt, the first scientifically designed and tested lumbar support belt for marching percussionists. Shifting the weight of marching percussion instruments away from the shoulders while reducing hip and back flexion, the Drumbelt fits almost all current percussion harnesses, regardless of manufacturer.
HaloSource, Inc. (Bothell, WA)
HaloSource® is a leading, clean water and antimicrobial technology company headquartered in the U.S. with operations in China. The company provides proprietary solutions to clean and purify drinking water, killing bacteria and viruses that may cause disease using HaloPure® n-halamine technology licensed from Auburn. HaloSource is founded on a strong and rapidly expanding IP portfolio around n-halamine technology and additional technologies focused on drinking water quality.
IntraMicron, Inc. (Auburn, AL)
Microfibrous materials are an enabling technology that allows chemical reactions and processes to occur far more efficiently than previously imagined or commercially practiced. The products incorporating IntraMicron's patented technology are manufactured via high-speed, roll-to-roll papermaking and sintering processes. These "microfibrous media" products possess uniquely adaptable physical properties and performance characteristics that have broad applications across a wide range of markets including air security and biogrowth accelerators.
OcuMedic, Inc. (Glassboro, NJ)
OcuMedic is a drug delivery and medical device company with proprietary technology that creates new architectures in polymeric films to enable enhanced loading and delayed release of therapeutics. Part of OcuMedic’s mission is to create a product line of therapeutic contact lenses to deliver medication for extended periods to address the considerable unmet need for more efficacious ocular drug delivery.
Petram Technologies (Millburn, NJ)
Petram Technologies focuses on solutions for the blasting industry, in particular the challenge of providing environmentally friendly, safe and economical alternatives to explosives and traditional fracking. Petram's approach is based on patented plasma blasting technology developed at Auburn with NASA funding.
Petram Technologies Website
Tape Measure Anchor, Inc. (San Diego, CA)
Tape Measure Anchor is a hand-held tool company commercializing a specialized clamp for use in the construction and home improvement industries. The Tape Measure Anchor secures the end of a tape measure, which reduces labor, time and potentially costly mistakes during measuring and layout.
Tape Measure Anchor, Inc. Website
TNG Pharmaceuticals (Louisville, KY)
TNG Pharmaceuticals focuses on a vaccine to protect cattle from parasitic horn flies. The technology limits the ability of horn flies to properly feed, which in turn reduces local horn fly populations and minimizes the negative effects on cattle. The economic impact of horn fly parasitism – largely due to reduced beef and milk production — approaches one billion dollars per year in North America alone.