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Armis Biopharma is a late-stage clinical biopharmaceutical company with a growing pipeline of targeted anti-infective therapeutics designed to address antibiotic resistance and healthcare-associated infections, a serious and rapidly growing phenomenon.
E-Flux strives to solve environmental problems with unique and simple solutions. Products include Fossil Fuel Traps, which were conceived as a cost-effective solution to the complex problem of accurately measuring petroleum biodegredation rates in soil at petroleum spill sites. The second product offering, Map Traps, utilize similar but less sensitive testing capabilities. Map Traps are used to delineate petroleum based contaminated areas by providing a binary (yes / no) indication of the presence of petroleum. A third product, BioTherm, is a web-based thermal modeling tool used to enhance the conceptual site model.
PhotonPharma is developing its InnocellTM antigen presenting technology for personalized same-day immunotherapy for solid or liquid tumors.
Creating the Most Advanced Rechargeable Battery. Battery technology has realized only single-digit improvements in performance over the last decade. Many companies are trying to improve certain parts of the lithium-ion battery technology but here at Prieto Battery, we decided to redesign the entire architecture. And so far the results have been promising, Prieto Battery is poised to commercialize a battery that will deliver transformational performance in power density, improved energy density, last longer and will be made using non-toxic chemistry.
SiVEC Biotechnologies is committed to developing antiviral products for the rapid prevention of economically important diseases. SiVEC’s patent pending antiviral technology, SiVEC-AIV™, can be rapidly applied as a large-scale aerosol to prevent avian flu in poultry, thereby significantly reducing the economic impact of this disease worldwide.
VeriPrime Research Division has been actively engaged in researching oxidative stress in feedlot cattle for over four years, and just recently in dairy cattle. Oxidative stress encompasses the effect of environment, nutrition, stage of production, muscle accretion, milk production, and management practices on the overall production of metabolic toxins and their impact on redox equilibrium within cellular systems. Disruption of the normal redox equilibrium leads to cellular damage, apoptosis, DNA damage, and detrimental changes in cellular messenger systems, all of which contribute to disease, distress, and inefficient production of meat and milk.
Vivaldi Biosciences is a clinical-stage biotechnology company developing live attenuated influenza vaccines (LAIVs) to address the most pressing public health issues of influenza: the need for a rapid and effective response to emerging pandemics with vaccines that are easily administered, safe and protective, and the need for vaccines that protect the most vulnerable populations – seniors and young children – against seasonal influenza. These age groups suffer disproportionately from influenza and its serious complications, but are poorly served by conventional influenza vaccines.