Aetos Technologies, Inc. (Auburn, AL)
Aetos Technologies is a technology development company founded to bridge the gap between university-based research and the commercial market. Aetos provides an innovative approach to the technology development process including evaluation, product/process development, business management and financing. Aetos, an equity partner with Auburn University, will also participate in co-development projects with other private companies, research institutions and universities to commercialize additional technologies.
Aetos Subsidiary Companies:
Working with an existing research light microscope, CytoViva provides exceptionally high resolving power and detection capability.
Eagle Aquaculture, Inc.
Eagle produces hybrid catfish fingerlings with superior growth rates, disease resistance and feed conversion to the domestic catfish industry.
Eagle Aquaculture Website
Applications Quest, LLC (Fairfax, VA)
Using novel clustering software, Applications Quest seeks to help institutions of higher education realize their diversity objectives in a manner that is effective, measurable, reproducible, and in conformity with the law.
Applications Quest Website
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
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.
Falcon Protein Website
FoodSource Lures Corporation (Birmingham, AL)
FoodSource Lure Corporation develops and
manufactures a variety of products from proprietary
blends of animal food ingredients. Products include FoodSource-brand fishing lures, the world's only molded
fishing lures made entirely of edible ingredients.
FoodSource lures are available at mass market retailers,
sporting goods retailers, and fishing tackle shops. In
2007, the Company expanded into the hunting category
with a series of hunting attractants in a solid gel
format. The Company is developing even more products
using its patented 100% Real FoodTM formula. New products
include: ground mole worms for lawn & garden use; bait
for oral delivery of pharmaceuticals to wildlife; and
treats for pet fish and land turtles, to name a few.
HaloSource, Inc. (Bothell, WA)
HaloSource® is a leading, clean water and
antimicrobial technology company headquartered in the U.S.
with operations in India and China. The company provides
proprietary solutions to clean and purify water, killing
bacteria and viruses that may cause disease: HaloPure®,
which provides safer drinking water; HaloShield® which
imparts antimicrobial properties to household cleaning
products such as dishcloths; and SeaKlear® and StormKlear®
products which provide water clarification and antimicrobial
applications for treating recreational and industrial waste
water. HaloSource is founded on a strong and rapidly
expanding IP portfolio around two core technologies:
n-halamine technology, which harnesses the power of chlorine
and bromine, for its drinking water and anti-microbial
businesses; and chitosan chemistry, for water clarification.
Heparin Scientific (Birmingham, AL)
This company is developing and commercializing Auburn's reversible heparin/protamine sensor device.
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.
MasonAvery, Inc. (Auburn, AL)
MasonAvery manufactures and distributes The Easy Breathing Band. With a mission to solve a design flaw in pediatric respiratory masks, a mother and grandmother created
the product to try to take the stress out of breathing treatments for their children. The band secures the mask to the patient's head, allowing the patient to receive the prescribed
medication while continuing to remain active during the treatment. With The Easy Breathing Band, children can enjoy their treatments while caretakers
administer treatments with ease.
MedAccuracy, LLC (Lenexa, KS)
Often referred to as the "gold standard" for measuring medication administration errors, the observation based AU MEDS™ system trains and certifies healthcare professionals to observe and examine each and every medication dose that is administered or omitted during observation periods. MedAccuracy™ provides proven process improvement tools, including proprietary software, that empower hospitals to reduce medication errors and operating costs.
Modular Carpet Recycling (New Castle, DE)
MCR strives to become the leader in carpet recycling solutions using patented clean technology for safe and efficient regional processing of used carpets.
No existing solution can convert waste carpet into such high-purity forms of nylon as MCR’s method. MCR has proven its technology through a pilot plant and
is currently operating its first commercial plant.
OcuMedic, Inc. (Auburn, AL)
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.
Ocumedic wins inaugural Alabama Launchpad contest
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.
TNG (FlyVax) Website