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    SilcsBio, LLC

    SilcsBio provides software and services for unlocking the full potential of computer driven drug design. 

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    Category:Software + Algorithm

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    Grip Boost

    Engineers from the University of Maryland’s Chemical Engineering Department teamed up with former Terps tight end Matt Furstenburg, and Entrepreneur Businessman Harry Geller to develop a product that improves the tackiness of football gloves.

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    Category:Engineering

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  • Ion Storage Systems, LLC

    Ion Storage Systems, LLC is a University of Maryland start-up created to commercialize an intrinsically safe, robust, low cost, and high energy solid state lithium-ion battery. Ion Storage Systems has licensed a solid-state lithium-ion battery technology and associated intellectual property which was developed in the University of Maryland Energy Research Center. The new design integrates high conductivity garnet-type solid lithium-ion electrolytes and electrodes into tailored micro- or nano- structures. The key ingredient of the new design is a surface coating that remarkably decreases the interfacial resistance of the electrode-electrolyte interface and improves the binding of lithium metal with garnet solid electrolyte. The result is increased discharge ability without mechanical cycling fatigue combined with improved thermal uniformity, strength, weight, and form factor. Fabrication processes that use conventional ceramic processing equipment in ambient air without the need of dry rooms, vacuum deposition, or glove boxes lead to significantly lower manufacturing costs. 

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    Category:Engineering

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    N5 Sensors, Inc.

    N5 Sensors, Inc. of Rockville, MD is a University of Maryland spin-off leveraging innovations in nanoengineered materials and devices to create novel sensing and detection solutions. N5 is currently commercializing a new-generation of chip-scale chemical sensor technology that can detect harmful chemicals mixed in air, such as industrial chemicals, automobile exhausts, cigarette smoke, and pollutants released from paints, cleaners, pesticides and other products. 

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    Category:Engineering

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    MF Fire

    MF Fire licensed the Mulciber Stove, the first Automated Ultra-Clean wood stove. The Mulciber Stove uses a forced-air combustion system, a smart controller, and advanced combustion techniques to reduce emissions, boost efficiency, and simplify user experience. Traditional wood stoves rely on the fire to regulate combustion airflow, resulting in harmful particulate emissions, wasteful inefficiencies, and the need for constant user attention. In contrast, the Mulciber Stove’s forced-air system delivers air when and where it is needed. This innovation paves the way for many others, such as a unique two stage combustion, an advanced heat recovering exhaust system, and a smart-controller that continuously monitors conditions in the stove and adjusts combustion air. As a result, the Mulciber Stove burns cleaner, more efficiently, and without the need for the extensive user attention required in competitors models.

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    Category:Engineering

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    Coaptech

    CoapTech is a seed stage company seeking partners interested in improving medical care delivery for patients young and old around the world.   Their patent-pending, platform technology will be utilized initially to disrupt the market for enteral nutrition feeding tubes.   The CoapTech system will de-skill the procedure for feeding tube placement, offering a simpler, safer, and more affordable method.    

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    Category:Devices

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    Harpoon Medical, Inc.

    Harpoon Medical, Inc. is a development stage medical device company commercializing a minimally invasive, image guided surgical tool for beating heart mitral valve repair. The technology was developed in the division of Cardiac Surgery at The University of Maryland School of Medicine. 

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    Category:Devices

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    Breethe, Inc.

    Breethe, Inc. is a product development-stage company spun out of the University of Maryland, Baltimore in 2014 to develop and commercialize the world's first wearable artificial lung. 

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    Category:Devices

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    Otomagnetics, LLC

    A University of Maryland College Park spin-out, is developing a non-invasive method to effectively deliver drugs and other therapeutic payloads to the inner and middle ear.

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    Category:Bioengineering

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  • Archimedes Bioengineering, LLC Logo

    Archimedes Bioengineering, LLC

    Archimedes Bioengineering, LLC is a collaborative effort between University of Maryland, College Park (UMCP), Children’s National Medical Center, and a private company. Archimedes is based on a portfolio of patent pending diagnostic technologies that enable the detection of aminoacidopathy disorders such as, Hyperammonemia, Phenylketonuria (PKU), Maple Syrup Urine Disease, and Aminoacidemia which are a group of metabolic disorders that result from the build-up of one or more amino acids in the blood and/or urine. These metabolic disorders may be caused by defects in enzymatic pathways that inhibit the metabolism of the certain amino acids. Using different diagnostic device designs and embodiments, Archimedes hopes to revolutionize the point-of-care market for aminoacidopathy diagnostics. 

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    Category:Bioengineering

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