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Ava Labs Inc.

Category: FinTech
Campus: Ithaca
Incubator: Praxis Center for Venture Development

Ava Labs makes it simple to launch finance applications using blockchain technology.

Location: New York, NY

Foundation Cornell Technology Licensed: 2020

Exotanium, Inc.

Category: Software
Campus: Ithaca
Incubator: Praxis Center for Venture Development

Exotanium creates a new cloud-native application container architecture that is both fast and secure.

Location: Ithaca, NY

Foundation Cornell Technology Licensed: 2019

Geegah, LLC

Category: Material (Semiconductor, Energy Conversion & Storage, etc.)
Campus: Ithaca
Incubator: Praxis Center for Venture Development

Geegah is developing advanced sensors to offer the most secure and convenient biometric sensors. Based on gigahertz ultrasonics Geegah’s technology employs single-chip biometric solutions with an emphasis on fingerprint sensing.

Location: Ithaca, NY

Foundation Cornell Technology Licensed: 2018

Halomine, Inc.

Category: Chemicals
Campus: Ithaca
Incubator: Praxis Center for Venture Development

Halomine develops rechargeable antimicrobial technologies for uses in healthcare facilities, food processing plants, etc.  The lead product, HaloFilm, is a unique rechargeable antimicrobial liquid spray that creates an antimicrobial film on almost any surface. HaloFilm offers a continuous protection against microbes on surface materials such as on stainless steel, plastics, coat of paint, or rubber.

Location: Ithaca, NY

Foundation Cornell Technology Licensed: 2019

Intermix Performance Materials, Inc.

Category: Manufacturing
Campus: Ithaca
Incubator: Praxis Center for Venture Development

Intermix Performance Materials’ multi-block compatibilizer additive technology increases the efficient and cost-effective recycling of post-consumer mixed plastic waste and produces higher quality resultant resins.

Location: SE Washington, DC

Foundation Cornell Technology Licensed: 2021

Organic Robotics Corporation

Category: Robotics and Drones
Campus: Ithaca
Incubator: Praxis Center for Venture Development

Organic Robotics Corporation is building smart fabrics to deliver accurate motion capture and fast pressure sensing. The company has worked with accelerators/incubators Luminate NY Accelerator, RevIthaca StartupWorks, and Capital Factory.

Location: Rochester, NY

Foundation Cornell Technology Licensed: 2019

OWiC Technologies, Inc.

Category: Material (Semiconductor, Energy Conversion & Storage, etc.)
Campus: Ithaca
Incubator: Praxis Center for Venture Development

OWiC Technologies is the developer of microscopic optical smart ID tags. Technology. The company was named the winner of the annual BenDaniel Venture Challenge in April 2020. OWiC Technologies joined the NSF I-Corps Summer 2020 Cohort in June 2020.

Location: Ithaca, NY

Foundation Cornell Technology Licensed: 2020

REEgen Inc.

Category: Cleantech
Campus: Ithaca
Incubator: Praxis Center for Venture Development

REEgen is reimagining the global rare earth supply by replacing the most harmful production steps with clean microbial processes, securing these critical elements for a future of unbounded, widespread renewable energy. Other applications include screens of smartphones, computers, flat-panel televisions, the motors of computer drives, batteries of hybrid and electric cars, and new generation light bulbs.

Location: Ithaca, NY

Foundation Cornell Technology Licensed: 2022

Soctera, Inc.

Category: Material (Semiconductor, Energy Conversion & Storage, etc.)
Campus: Ithaca
Incubator: Praxis Center for Venture Development

Soctera is developing the world’s first aluminum nitride-based power amplifier. These amplifiers will allow higher power operation than other material platforms, such as gallium nitride or silicon. Higher power translates to an increase in the distance a wireless signal can travel. This is of value in markets such as base stations and military radar systems. Soctera plans to expand from this initial product and develop the aluminum nitride platform as the future of high-frequency, high-power electronics.

Soctera spun out of an engineering lab at Cornell University in Ithaca, NY.

Location: Ithaca, NY

Foundation Cornell Technology Licensed: 2021