Team Highlights

The Innovation Corps (I-CorpsTM) Teams program is at the heart of the U.S. National Science Foundation's mission to develop and nurture a national innovation network. The I-Corps Teams program supports researchers interested in entrepreneurial education and mentoring, with the goal of reducing the time it takes to bring technologies from the laboratory to the marketplace. 

The Appscale Management Panel

Credit: Appscale Systems

AppScale Systems allows developers to migrate their apps between cloud systems without rewriting their code.

The Carbice Team

Credit: Carbice Corporation

At the core of Carbice Carbon is the highest thermal conductivity material in the world — the carbon nanotube.

Diligent Robotics Team

Credit: Diligent Robotics

Diligent Robotics created “Moxi,” a robot that supports clinical staff teams in acute care hospitals.

Ecovia Renewables product, azuragel.

Credit: Ecovia Renawables

Ecovia Renewables is creating bio-based, compostable alternatives to widely-used petrochemical-based superabsorbent polymers.

Illustration of Marinus Analytics product, Traffic Jam

Credit: Marinus Analytics

In the last two years, the Marinus Analytics solution "Traffic Jam" has contributed to the identification of 6,800 victims of sex trafficking. 

Meati Foods Products

Credit: Meati Foods

Meati's process is highly efficient and sustainable, using 1% of the land, water, and energy compared to traditional animal meats.

Metalmark Innovations Team

Credit: Metalmark Innovations

Metalmark is a Harvard startup that leverages patented 3D nano-architectured materials to create air purification systems.

Maria Artunduaga, founder and CEO of Respira Labs

Credit: Respira Labs

Respira Labs developed a technology incorporating artificial intelligence that can predict chronic obstructive pulmonary disease.

Reamonn Soto, founder of Sensatek Propulsion Technology, Inc.

Credit: Sensatek Propulsion Technolgy, Inc.

Sensatek Propulsion Technology develops ceramic materials derived from fused polymers for wireless sensors.

Sironix CEO Christoph Krumm

Credit: Sironix Renewables

Sironix Renewables makes eco-friendly, better-performing ingredients for cleaning products.

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