Academic Technology Ventures In The News

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How To Operate A Data Centre On A $5k Budget For 4 Years

Imagine only needing a budget of $5,000 to operate and maintain an 18,000sq ft data centre for four years, without the use of internal air conditioners, humidifiers, heaters or exhaust fans. Server Dome data centre have done just that with their geodesic dome-shaped... read more

VariGrid Explorations wins 470K from DOE

VariGrid Explorations wins 470K from DOE WASHINGTON, D.C. – Today, the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) announced over $20 million in funding for 64 projects supported by the Office of Technology Transitions (OTT) Technology Commercialization Fund (TCF).  With... read more

Known Quantity Sensors, Inc.

News Release: S&T Partners with New Innovators to Bring Smart Cities Technologies to First Responders Release Date:  June 25, 2018 For Immediate Release DHS S&T Press Office, (202) 254-2385 WASHINGTON—The U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Science and... read more

Plasma In Popular Mechanics

Plasma Actuators – Extremely complex physics explained with the help of semi trucks Oct 21, 2015 Formula One cars are the vehicle world’s birds of prey sleekly exploiting aerodynamics to overtake weaker Formula One cars. Long-haul trucks, on the other hand, are... read more

Brain Health Therapeutics

SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. 26, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — Brain Health Therapeutics, Inc., which is developing novel patented technologies to improve outcomes for neurological disorder patients today announced the appointment of Dr. Nick Poulios as Chief Executive Officer of... read more

UNeMed | Technology Transfer for UNMC

Startup will develop blood test for unstable coronary artery disease OMAHA, Nebraska (March 27, 2017)—A startup accelerator, Academic Technology Ventures, is building a new biomedical startup company with an invention created at the University of Nebraska Medical... read more

Portland Business Journal

No, a spaceship didn’t land in Hillsboro. It’s OHSU’s new Data Dome Oregon Health & Science University just boosted its capacity for “big data” biomedical research with a new geodesic-dome-shaped data center on its West Campus. Located at 505... read more

Datacenter Dynamics

Facilities covered by an aluminum dome will be built by a start-up Innovative data center design created at the Oregon Health & Science University (OHSU) will be available as a commercial product, with the technology spun off through a start-up called Server Dome.... read more

Growing Produce

School Project Nets Sweet Solution to Major Berry Pest It’s difficult to overstate the havoc spotted wing drosophila (SWD) has wreaked on berry crops. Since its first appearance in California nearly a decade ago, the invasive pest has caused millions of dollars of... read more

Plasma In New Scientist

 Also available in plasma (Image: Nick Daly/Getty) Glow-in-the-dark trucks use plasma to reduce drag and save fuel Click here for original release: YOU’RE... read more

Plasma In Trucking Today

See That Glowing Truck? It’s Using Plasma to Save Fuel Posted: Aug 7, 2015 9:44 AM | Last Updated: Aug 7, 2015 9:44 AM Click here for original article: BETTENDORF, IA — A... read more

Plasma Wind Media Release in

Plasma actuator promises more power in moderate winds Andrew Merecicky  (See original release here An innovative and patent-pending plasma actuator for turbine blades has the potential to increase their... read more

Founder & CEO Secures Millions In Financing

Penny Auction Solutions, Inc. Secures $10 Million in Financing from Kodiak Capital Group, LLC Penny Auction Solutions, Inc. (PAS) is pleased to announce that it has signed an investment agreement with Kodiak Capital Group, LLC of New York City (Kodiak) for a $10... read more

MealCheck Technologies, Inc., in the News

UNLV Teams with Startup to Bring Advanced Wearable Health Tracker to Market (Original release found here – MealCheck Technologies, Inc. will produce the UNLV... read more

Seal The Deal

Sealing the Deal Click here for original release While working in a hardware store in 2008, Michael Lupelow, ’13, knew there had to be an easier way to seal paint cans. As part of a class project and with... read more

Beauty trends in Israel: personalisation

Beauty trends in Israel: personalisation Beauty Code Genetics Inc. established in 2018, provides a personalised color cosmetic matching service. This technology links commercially available color cosmetics to the consumer’s genetic code. The venture is based on... read more

Ceramic injection-molding technology

Ceramic injection-molding technology produces cheaper, stronger complex ceramic parts Cars, rockets, cell phones and many other items could soon be manufactured faster, greener, less expensively and with more precision than traditional methods thanks to a ceramic... read more