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At Carolina, the research, discoveries, and creative activity of our faculty and students translate into new businesses and jobs. Today over 200 UNC-CH Research startups call North Carolina home, providing jobs to more than 7,000 state residents.

UNC Research startups are nurtured, incubated, and accelerated through departments and offices across the university.  Through the support of Innovate Carolina’s network, UNC-Chapel Hill startups are well positioned for success as they move through their innovation journey. With a mission to create an environment where innovators thrive, Carolina provides the right resources and connections startups need to nurture their ideas. To further cultivate a culture of innovation and entrepreneurship within the community, Carolina also provides connections to incubators, accelerators, business services and campus innovation programs, including the 1789 Venture Lab, Launch Chapel Hill, KickStart Venture Services and Technology Commercialization Carolina.

Carolina also partners with the startup investor community through the Carolina Angel Network, Carolina Research Ventures Fund and Blackstone Entrepreneurs Network.

Annual Research Startups by Category, 2017

Bar graph showing the number of Independently Launched UNC Startups, UNC-Assisted Startups, and UNC Technology-Transfer Startups. There are 85 Independently Launched UNC Startups, 58 UNC-Assisted Startups, and 55 UNC Technology-Transfer Startups.

Blue dot, labeled Independently Launched UNC StartupsIndependently Launched UNC Startups are new businesses created by faculty and students that arise directly or indirectly from their work and experience at Carolina.

Yellow dot, labeling UNC-Assisted StartupsUNC-Assisted Startups are businesses created by UNC faculty, staff, and students who received direct institutional support through UNC business-plan competitions, entrepreneurship programs and courses, hands-on business mentoring, and incubators and accelerators for startup ventures.

Yellow dot, labeling UNC Technology-Transfer StartupsUNC Technology-Transfer Startups are businesses created by UNC faculty who license intellectual property created from their scientific discoveries and research.

 

ACRIS Pharmaceuticals, LLC

Founded in 2013
ACRIS Pharmaceuticals is a private biopharmaceutical firm that licenses and develops promising life-science technologies for unmet clinical needs.


AgBiome, LLC

Founded in 2013
AgBiome, a Durham, NC-based biotechnology company, works with agribusiness-industry leaders to develop products that use microbes to control soil-borne diseases of greenhouse crops and major row crops.


Algynomics, Inc.

Founded in 2005
Algynomics develops therapeutics for chronic pain and related conditions, using technologies that identify new drug targets, treatments, and diagnostic responses.


Allotropica Technologies, Inc.

Founded in 2008
Chapel Hill-based Allotropica Technologies offers a proprietary manufacturing process for the high-volume, low-cost fabrication of graphene (carbon), with an initial market focus on electrodes for ultracapacitors. Allotropica’s unique, high-value, enabling component can readily be incorporated into existing manufacturing processes of established ultracapacitors.


AlphaVax, LLC

Founded in 1998
AlphaVax develops vaccine technology with applications in infectious disease, cancer, and biodefense threats.


Altometrics, Inc.

Founded in 2010
Altometrics develops tools to effectively manage the performance of software applications that run over networks. The core technology, which enables fast, efficient analysis of vast amounts of archived and current data, was invented by a UNC PhD candidate.


AngleFix Tech, LLC

Founded in 2005
AngleFix Tech develops screw technology for orthopedic plates.


Applied Micro Products, Inc.

Founded in 2003
Applied Micro Products is a biotechnology company that offers environmentally friendly products for the treatment and preservation of wood. Each product, developed in collaboration with scientists at UNC, is a natural carbon source encased in a time-release delivery system.


Aquagenx, LLC

Founded in 2012
Aquagenx provides microbial water-quality testing products that detect potential health risks such as E. coli bacteria.


Arcato Laboratories, Inc.

Founded in 2011
Arcato Laboratories develops and commercializes oral health-care products. The company offers OraWax, an over-the-counter anesthetic for the treatment of oral discomfort caused by braces.


Asklepios BioPharmaceutical, Inc.

Founded in 2001
Asklepios BioPharmaceutical (AskBio) develops protein- and cellular-based therapies using a proprietary technology platform called Biological Nano Particles (BNP).


Attagene, Inc.

Founded in 2001
Attagene is a biotechnology company located in North Carolina’s Research Triangle Park. Its mission is to accelerate drug discovery and development by providing innovative tools for examining signal transduction. The company’s research team includes scientists with academic and industrial background with expertise in signal transduction, functional genomics, gene discovery, and disease models.


Augment Medical, Inc.

Founded in 2011
Augment Medical is developing a flexible, low-cost, and easy-to-use communication platform for hospitals and was founded by students studying at the Joint Department of Biomedical Engineering of North Carolina State University and UNC–Chapel Hill.


AuthentiForm Technologies, LLC

Founded in 2009
AuthentiForm Technologies is a privately held company in Chapel Hill that focuses on developing methods to unequivocally establish product authenticity.


BioFluidica, LLC

Founded in 2013
BioFluidica manufactures laboratory instruments and instrumentation systems.


Bivarus, LLC

Founded in 2010
Bivarus was created in response to frustration among health-care professionals with current patient satisfaction tools and their lack of scientific precision and actionable findings. In response, the company has created a platform to generate precise findings around the quality of a patient’s experience with health care and to provide sound data for improving care.


BlackInkMetrics, LLC

Founded in 2014
BlackInkMetrics powers GradingHelp, an app designed to automate and customize repetitive feedback on student papers.


Carbon3D, Inc.

Founded in 2013
Carbon3D, founded by UNC researcher Joseph DeSimone, is developing a new 3-D-printing technology invented by DeSimone and colleagues that can fabricate objects significantly faster than current state-of-the-art 3-D printers.


Cell Microsystems, Inc.

Founded in 2010
Cell Microsystems develops bioscience research tools for use in analytical research laboratories. Its first product line is currently in use for cell sorting and cell separation.


CertiRx, Inc.

Founded in 2011
CertiRx Corporation, based in Durham, NC, develops and commercializes platform technology for authentication and verification of high-value products and important documents. It serves the pharmaceutical, agriculture and food, document security, luxury goods, manufacturing, and electronics industries.


Chaperone Therapeutics, Inc.

Founded in 2009
Chaperone is an early-phase pharmaceutical company uniquely poised to develop novel drugs to mitigate neurodegenerative diseases such as Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disease, and ALS through the enhancement of the body’s natural protein folding mechanisms.


Chatham Therapeutics, LLC

Founded in 2010
Chatham Therapeutics is a private, clinical biotechnology business developing gene therapy-mediated cures for hemophilia. As of April 2014, Chatham Therapeutics operates as a subsidiary of Baxter International, Inc.


ChemoGLO, LLC

Founded in 2011
ChemoGLO develops technologies that detect and remove hazardous-drug contamination in hospitals, pharmacies, and laboratories through its ChemoGLO Wipe Kit and the Hazardous Drug Clean (HDClean) towelette cleaning system.


Cirrus Pharmaceuticals, Inc.

Founded in 1997
Cirrus Pharmaceuticals assists biotechnology and pharmaceutical companies in dosage-form development projects through research and product creation.


Clave BioDesign, Inc.

Founded in 2011
Chapel Hill-based Clave BioDesign develops technologies that enable less toxic and more specific targeting of tumor cells using cell-specific peptides.


Clinical Sensors, Inc.

Founded in 2009
Clinical Sensors develops diagnostic tests and sensors for use in the early detection of sepsis to diagnose infection in intensive care units and assessing prognosis upon treatment.


Clinipace, Inc.

Founded in 2004
Clinipace Worldwide provides digital contract research solutions for pharmaceutical, biotechnology, and medical device companies. The company also operates a cloud-based application that serves as a technology foundation to various Clinipace clinical-development service teams. The company is based in Morrisville, NC, with additional offices and operations around the world.


CMP Pharma, Inc.

Founded in 1975
CMP Pharma is a specialty pharmaceutical company that develops, manufactures, and markets a portfolio of branded and generic prescription, nonprescription, and skin-care pharmaceutical drugs to hospital, long-term care, and retail markets. The company is based in Farmville, NC.


CMP Tarnhelm Therapeutics, LLC

Founded in 2013


Combs Lab, Inc.

Founded in 2011
Combs Lab develops drug therapies for diabetes, including a noninsulin oral medication for type 1 diabetes.


Cortical Metrics LLC

Founded in 2007
Cortical Metrics is an R&D company that develops noninvasive, biologically based technologies to quantitatively measure brain health.


Counter Tools, Inc.

Founded in 2012
Counter Tools is a not-for-profit business that provides training, software tools, and technical assistance to public health and disease-prevention organizations.


Couragen Biopharmaceutics, LLC

Founded in 2012
Couragen Biopharmaceutics is a biotechnology company developing gene-therapy and protein-therapy products for preclinical and clinical use for genetic and chronic disease treatment.


DeltaSphere, Inc.

Founded in 2000
DeltaSphere develops advanced 2-D imaging and 3-D computer graphics products for law enforcement and security firms. It specializes in creating accurate, photorealistic representations of the real world. The company’s integrated hardware and software solutions are widely used to capture and present 2-D and 3-D visual crime-scene reconstruction.


Effipharma

Founded in 2007
Effipharma develops novel therapeutics for the treatment of disorders of the central nervous system, with a particular focus on Parkinson’s disease, Alzheimer’s disease, and schizophrenia.


ENCI Therapeutics, Inc.

Founded in 2009
ENCI develops therapeutics to treat breast cancer by testing and refining antibodies.


Entegrion, Inc.

Founded in 2004
Entegrion develops biological and medical-device technologies to enhance the safety and availability of the human blood supply. The company also provides blood-supply-related contract R&D services to the U.S. Department of Defense.


Enzerna Biosciences, LLC

Founded in 2014
Enzerna is a molecular engineering reagent and custom-service company that has licensed proprietary technologies from UNC to create novel sequence specific RNA restriction enzymes that find applications in life science research and therapeutics.


Epicypher, Inc.

Founded in 2012
EpiCypher develops and manufactures novel tools and reagents for epigenetics drug development and chromatin biology research. EpiCypher is led by a successful entrepreneur and investor and the founders of EpiCypher are renowned chromatin researchers. The Company’s expertise and unique insight into epigenetics benefits customers in ways that other companies can not duplicate.


FHI 360, Inc.

Founded in 1973
Durham, NC-based FHI 360 provides technical and consulting assistance to communities, institutions, and governments wrestling with public health and development challenges. It employs 400 people in its North Carolina headquarters and more than 4,000 worldwide, with annual revenues approaching $700 million.


Flexcell International Corporation, Inc.

Founded in 2005
Flexcell International, based in Hillsborough, NC, specializes in equipment for scientific research in mechanobiology and tissue engineering.


G-1 Therapeutics, Inc.

Founded in 2009
G-1 Therapeutics develops and commercializes small-molecule therapeutic agents to protect bone marrow from radiation or chemotherapy damage.


GeneCentric Diagnostics, Inc.

Founded in 2011
GeneCentric Diagnostics develops molecular diagnostic assays to enable oncologists and their patients to make informed, individualized treatment decisions.


Global Vaccines, Inc.

Founded in 2002
Global Vaccines is a not-for-profit company that develops vaccines against diseases such as HIV/AIDS, polio, dengue fever, malaria, and viral diarrhea (rotavirus), common in developing countries.


Glycan Therapeutics, LLC

Founded in 2012
Glycan Therapeutics develops therapies for thrombosis and tools to aid researchers in glycobiology, the study of sugar chains.


Health Decisions, Inc.

Founded in 1989
Durham, NC-based Health Decisions provides clinical-research services that include project management, medical writing, data management, biostatistics, quality management, and regulatory compliance services. It also provides strategic consulting and clinical services.


HealthSpan Dx, LLC

Founded in 2013
HealthSpan Dx is an early-stage laboratory-services company developing a diagnostic blood test that will enable physicians selecting treatments and therapies to maximize patient outcomes. The company was founded based on technology developed in the laboratory of UNC researcher Norman Sharpless in the Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center at the UNC School of Medicine.


Hiball Tracker, Inc.

Founded in 2000
Developed from the Wide-Area Tracking research project at UNC’s Department of Computer Science, Hiball Tracker offers an optical tracker that achieves new levels of performance for virtual and augmented reality, simulation and training, industrial tracking, film and video production, entertainment, and 3-D digitization.


HopeCare, Inc.

Founded in 2012
HopeCare offers consultation services to hospitals and practitioners to assist in navigating the multifaceted communication challenges inherent in end-of-life health-care decision making.


Imagine Optix, Inc.

Founded in 2008
ImagineOptix provides breakthrough optical components for bright low-power mobile/wearable displays, pico- to theater-sized projection, optical instrumentation, high-resolution imaging, and flat-lens arrays.


ImmunoBenefit, LLC

Founded in 2012
ImmunoBenefit offers immune testing and development services for the nutrition and supplement industry, using cell culture, animal models, and human studies.


Impulsonic, Inc.

Founded in 2011
Impulsonic uses high-performance computer graphics techniques and the latest research in acoustics simulation to develop high-performance and accurate acoustics-simulation algorithms for architects, acoustics consultants, and government and national defense applications.


InnerOptic Technology, Inc.

Founded in 2002
InnerOptic develops real-time medical visualization systems for use in minimally invasive image-guided surgical procedures.


Inspire Pharmaceuticals

Founded in 1995
Inspire Pharmaceuticals is a biopharmaceutical business focused on researching, developing, and commercializing prescription pharmaceutical products for ophthalmic and pulmonary diseases. Inspire was acquired by Merck & Co. for $430 million in 2011.


IntraHealth International, Inc.

Founded in 2003
IntraHealth International is a global business that improves health-care services in developing countries by strengthening the health-care workforce and the systems supporting it. It also supports family planning and reproductive health; efforts to improve maternal, newborn, and child health; and the prevention and treatment of HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis, and malaria. Based in Chapel Hill, IntraHealth operates active field programs in more than 20 countries.


Invitrox, Inc.

Founded in 2007
Invitrox develops specialty disease diagnostics and therapeutics to detect early signs of cellular damage.


Ipas, Inc.

Founded in 1973
Ipas is a business dedicated to ending preventable deaths and disabilities from unsafe abortions. It works through local, national, and global partnerships to ensure that women around the world are able to obtain safe and comprehensive reproductive care, including counseling and contraception.


Katharos, Inc.

Founded in 2009
Katharos is commercializing a medical device for selective blood-phosphate adsorption that will improve hemodialysis patient quality of life, reduce mortality rates, and lower the cost of health care.


Keona Health, Inc.

Founded in 2011
Keona Health, a health-care software company based in Chapel Hill, improves patient communications through cloud and web-based patient communication solutions that collect and store information from phone calls on websites accessible to patients, nurses, and physicians.


KindHeart, Inc.

Founded in 2010
KindHeart is a medical-simulation company specializing in surgery simulation systems using proprietary, animated-animal organ systems.


KinoDyn, Inc.

Founded in 2013
KinoDyn is a Chapel Hill-based cancer drug-discovery company focused seeking solutions to challenging cancers, including triple negative breast cancer (TNBC), pancreatic cancer, drug-resistant leukemias, and glioblastoma.


KL Medical, LLC

Founded in 2010


Kryosphere, Inc.

Founded in 2007
Durham, NC-based Kryosphere stores and manages active research samples and archived collections through its biorepository. It also provides logistical and management services to academic, pharmaceutical, biotechnology, governmental, and health-care industries worldwide.


KXTbio, Inc.

Founded in 2012
KXTbio is a biotechnology company commercializing novel small-molecule therapeutics focused on protein-to-protein interactions.


Liquidia Technologies, Inc.

Founded in 2004
Liquidia Technologies develops precision-engineered particle-based vaccines and therapeutics that have the potential to dramatically improve the quality of human life. The ability to modify nanoparticle attributes allows Liquidia to develop more optimized safe and effective vaccines and therapies for a wide variety of diseases. Liquidia was founded on the discoveries of Joseph DeSimone and colleagues at UNC–Chapel Hill.


LotusBioEFx, LLC

Founded in 2010
LotusBioEFx develops performance-enhancing technology through materials, surface, and device engineering, particularly at the micro- and nano-scale. Successful applications include extended-use medical devices such as electrocardiogram clips.


LQ3 Pharmaceuticals, Inc.

Founded in 2013
LQ3 Pharmaceuticals, based in Morrisville, NC, researches and develops novel therapies for various oral health conditions.


Lung Banks of America, Inc.

Founded in 2008
Lung Banks of America helps patients with end-stage lung disease secure lung transplants from non-heart-beating donors. Developed from research in the Egan lab at UNC, Lung Banks of America seeks to increase the pool of transplantable lungs available to patients by 20- to 30-fold.


MathTensor, Inc.

Founded in 1991
MathTensor offers the Mathematica application package, a general-purpose tensor-analysis system that provides tensor-analysis functionality for users in physics, mathematics, engineering, computer graphics, and other areas of research.


Meryx, Inc.

Founded in 2013
A spinout business from the Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center and the Eshelman School of Pharmacy, Meryx is working with the National Cancer Institute to develop a novel therapeutic treatment for acute lymphoblastic leukemia.


Micell Technologies, Inc.

Founded in 2001
Micell Technologies is a biomedical company that enhances the performance of cardiovascular medical devices with innovative drug-delivery systems.


NanoCor Therapeutics, Inc.

Founded in 2006
NanoCor Therapeutics is a biotechnology company founded to commercially develop a minimal-invasive treatment for chronic heart failure.


Navitas Research, LLC

Founded in 2005
Founded by three UNC researchers, Navitas Research is dedicated to solving problems in the power industry through development of solar energy solutions priced at levels that enable them to compete without subsidies.


NC Fisher Research, LLC

Founded in 2011
NC Fisher Research provides grant strategy and preparation services to small biomedical research businesses with a specialization in immunology. The company’s services include assistance with small-business biomedical research-grant strategy and preparation, including SBIR/STTR grants, with an immunology specialization.


Ndimo, Inc.

Founded in 2004
Ndimo is developing a software tool for multidimensional velocity measurement in ultrasonic imaging. The technology will be applied to enhanced cardiovascular disease diagnosis.


NeuroGate Therapeutics, Inc.

Founded in 2011
NeuroGate Therapeutics develops novel, patentable compounds for the treatment of neuropathic pain and epilepsy.


New Mind Education, LLC

Founded in 2010
New Mind Education is a Raleigh, NC-based business that provides enhanced language and academic programs that prepare students for academic and future success in a global environment.


New Paradigm Therapeutics, Inc.

Founded in 2014
New Paradigm Therapeutics is a UNC-Chapel Hill School of Medicine spinout company that develops therapies for treatment of patients with severe osteoporosis.


NextRay, Inc.

Founded in 2007
NextRay offers a new medical imaging technology called Diffraction Enhanced Imaging, which produces images superior to those produced by current x-ray imaging while exposing the patient to less than 1 percent of the radiation dosage.


Novametics, Inc.

Founded in 2011
Novametics develops and commercializes innovative blood-coagulation diagnostic products.


Novan, Inc.

Founded in 2006
Novan develops innovative, first-in-class therapies that have therapeutic potential in applications related to immune-system response, wound healing, and blood pressure regulation.


Novocor

Founded in 2013
Raleigh, NC-based Novocor Medical Systems has developed HypoCore, a chilling device used by EMS personnel and first responders to induce therapeutic hypothermia in patients suffering from cardiac arrest, traumatic brain injury, heat stroke, and severe concussions.


NovoLipid, Inc.

Founded in 2010
NovoLipid is an oncology drug-discovery company built on a proprietary technology platform invented at the UNC Eshelman School of Pharmacy. The company develops modifications to existing oncology drugs directed at breast and non-small cell lung cancer.


Oriel Therapeutics, Inc.

Founded in 2007
Oriel Therapeutics, based in Morrisville, NC, develops respiratory products as generic alternatives to patented drugs for asthma and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. As of June 1, 2010, Oriel Therapeutics operates as a subsidiary of Sandoz, Inc.


Parion Sciences, Inc.

Founded in 2001
Parion Sciences develops therapies to treat defects of the innate mucosal defense system in respiratory and ophthalmology diseases.


PharmatrophiX, Inc.

Founded in 2009
PharmatrophiX is a biotechnology company that develops drugs to prevent neurodegenerative diseases.


Premitec, Inc.

Founded in 1999
Premitec is a biomedical research and development company that develops advanced technology platforms for biocompatible packaging schemes, flexible implantable devices, and high-density interconnects between components within biomedical devices.


Protodia, Inc.

Founded in 2012
ProtoDia is a cancer diagnostic startup.


Qualiber, Inc.

Founded in 2012
Qualiber is a nanomedicine company with an innovative drug-delivery technology platform to enable targeted delivery of siRNA, small-molecule therapeutic agents, and genes for the treatment of cancer and liver diseases.


Qualyst Transporter Solutions, LLC

Founded in 2012
Qualyst is a biotechnology company providing drug transponders used in cell-based research.


Quintiles Transnational Holdings, Inc.

Founded in 1982
Quintiles, a global contract-research organization, provides clinical-trials and research services to biotechnology and pharmaceutical clients in the Americas, Europe, Africa, and the Asia-Pacific. Headquartered in Durham, NC, it has supported the development and commercialization of the world’s top 50 best-selling drugs. Founded by UNC biostatistician Dennis Gillings, Quintiles is the world’s largest provider of biopharmaceutical development and commercial outsourcing services. It employs more than 27,000 people worldwide, including over 2,000 in North Carolina.


Realtromins, Inc.

Founded in 2007
Realtromins develops advanced medical devices that provide an early warning to track vital changes in critically ill or hospitalized patients, identifying high-risk individuals to facilitate immediate changes in medical management, improve patient safety and outcomes, and reduce health-care costs.


RemedEase, Inc.

Founded in 2005
Durham, NC-based RemedEase offers medical devices that stop nose bleeds without interrupting normal breathing or activity.


Repairion, Inc.

Founded in 2013
Repairion is developing an inhaled therapy for use in a variety of chronic bronchitis patients affected by lung issues including cystic fibrosis, asthma, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, and lung transplants.


Rheomics, Inc.

Founded in 2010
Rheomics develops technologies to measure fluid viscosity and cell membrane rigidity for biomedical instruments designed to diagnose clotting disorders and cancer metastasis.


Rho, Inc.

Founded in 1984
Chapel Hill-based Rho is a contract-research organization that provides clinical research services to pharmaceutical, biotechnology, and medical device companies, and to academic and government organizations.


Ribometrix, LLC

Founded in 2014
Ribometrix has developed a proprietary platform for discovering and characterizing the interactions of small molecule drugs that target RNA.


RTI International, Inc.

Founded in 1958
RTI International, one of the world’s leading research institutes, provides research and technical services to businesses and governments in more than 75 countries in a wide range of fields including health and pharmaceuticals, education and training, surveys and statistics, energy and the environment, laboratory testing, and chemical analysis. Founded jointly through the efforts of UNC-Chapel Hill, NC State University, and Duke University, it currently employs more than 3,700 people around the world.


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Sanitation Creations, LLC

Founded in 2012
Sanitation Creations offers environmentally friendly, hygienic sanitation solutions that are odorless, waterless, and economical, targeted for use in developing countries.


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Size Me Up, Inc.

Founded in 2012
Size Me Up offers a web-based application called SizeWand that enables uses to identify their correct clothing size for online garment purchases.


SonoVol, LLC

SonoVol develops hardware and software that provides tomographic imagery quickly and at reduced costs to researchers as an alternative to expensive MR or CT scans.


Spirovation, Inc.

Founded in 2013
Spirovation is specialty contract research organization affiliated with the Marsico Lung Institute at UNC. It seeks to drive breakthrough drug developments in respiratory medicine by providing leading scientific expertise and the broadest array of translational medicine capabilities available in respiratory research.


Spyryx Biosciences

Founded in 2014
Spyryx develops therapies for treatment of cystic fibrosis and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease.


Symberix, LLC

Founded in 2013
Symberix is a life-science firm that develops drugs to modulate bacterial factors in the human microbiome that impact disease, including nonlethal, selective, and potent therapeutics to alleviate the toxicity of chemotherapies and long-term use of NSAIDs.


Syzygy Optics, LLC

Founded in 2010
Syzygy designs and manufactures high-performance diffraction gratings for instrument builders, offering modeling and design services, design-review support, and custom gratings. Customers include national observatories, large telescope projects, and major universities.


Targeted Reading Intervention, Inc.

Founded in 2012
The Targeted Reading Intervention provides a professional development program to support kindergarten and first-grade teachers in rural, low-wealth schools working with children who are struggling to learn to read. It uses inexpensive and scalable webcam technology and university-based literacy coaches to provide one-on-one support to classroom teachers in multiple states.


TerraHub, LLC

Founded in 2013
TerraHub is a mapping service that provides compatible tools that help customers build, visualize, and analyze maps and map-based data in real time.


TheraLogics, Inc.

Founded in 2004
TheraLogics develops biopharmaceuticals to control and treat inflammatory diseases through the use of a major biological molecule, the protein NF-kB. Diseases targeted by the company include chronic inflammatory arthritis, muscular dystrophy, and Parkinson’s disease.


UltraLinq Healthcare Solutions, Inc.

Founded in 2009
UltraLinq Healthcare Solutions provides web-based ultrasound and image management systems for evaluating, sharing, and archiving ultrasound imaging exams and reports. It serves physicians, imaging technologists, and health-care administrators and is jointly based in Raleigh, NC, and New York, NY.


Vascular Pharmaceuticals, Inc.

Founded in 2010
Vascular Pharmaceuticals develops and commercializes therapeutic products to treat secondary complications of diabetes.


Viamet Pharmaceuticals, Inc.

Founded in 2005
Viamet Pharmaceuticals discovers and develops small-molecule compounds that target metalloenzymes in infectious disease, oncology, and crop protection.


X-In 8 Biologicals

Founded in 2009
X-In 8 Biologicals develops technologies to prevent and treat tissue damage caused by the return of blood supply to tissue following a period of lack of oxygen due to events such as organ transplant, myocardial infarction, or stroke.


XinRay Systems, LLC

Founded in 2011
XinRay Systems develops and manufactures multibeam x-ray sources and systems for diagnostic medical imaging, homeland security, and industrial inspection. XinRay Systems is wholly owned by Xintek, Inc.


Xintek, Inc.

Founded in 2007
Xintek develops and manufactures nanomaterial-based field emission technologies and products for information display, diagnostic medical imaging, and homeland security.

Last updated January 12, 2015.
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