Office of Technology Licensing
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- Feb 26, 2014, 4:00 p.m.Carl A. Fields Center, Princeton University
In the Media
BioNano Genomics, a San Diego-based startup commercializing genetic technology licensing from Princeton University, has raised $10m in venture backing, according to Global University Venturing.
Could fusion send humans to Mars? A story in Time.com profiled a company called Princeton Satellite Systems, which is developing a fusion-powered rocket using technology licensed from Princeton University. The fusion reactor’s designer is Samuel Cohen, co-director of Princeton University's Program in Plasma Science and Technology and a principal investigator at the U.S. Department of Energy's Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory.
BioNano Genomics, a biotech company based on technology developed at Princeton, is featured in the Wall St. Journal Market Watch and Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News after the publication of a scientific article in Nature Biotechnology.