The following companies feature technologies and discoveries that were made or invented at Princeton University.
Aculon: A provider of nano-tech surface modification technologies.
BioNano Genomics: A company offering a platform for genome biology, including DNA structural variation that current tools fail to highlight.
Chiromics LLC: A research company that is developing technologies to accelerate identification of new drug candidates that are active against given targets.
Cyoptics: A supplier of optical integration components to the communications and defense/avionics markets.
Generation Biotech: A privately held biotechnology company in Lawrenceville, NJ that provides tools for complex DNA analysis.
Hepatochem: A company offering identification, quantification, safety profiling and stability optimization of small molecule metabolites for pharmaceutical and biotech companies using catalysts that mimic liver function.
Kadmon Pharmaceuticals LLC: A global biopharmaceutical company offering products for treatment of hepatitis C and other targets in oncology, infectious diseases, immunology and neurodegenerative diseases.
Liquid Light: A technology company developing highly efficient catalysts and chemical processes for conversion of carbon dioxide to chemicals and fuels.
Nanonex: A company offering patterning of 3D nanostructures with sub-10 nm resolution and accurate overlay alignment.
Optimeos Life Sciences LLC: An early-stage company developing a nanotechnology approach to optimal imaging for research and eventually clinical use.
Orthobond: A privately held medical company developing surface modification technology for use in implantable prostheses and diagnostic applications.
Signum Biosciences: A developer of therapeutic agents for Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s and other neurodegenerative diseases.
Tag Optics: A specialty lens manufacturing company which develops and produces custom built tunable acoustic gradient index lenses.
TetraLogic Pharmaceuticals: A company specializing in the discovery and development of oncology therapeutics.
Tiger Optics: A producer of laser-based instruments and electro-optical components to serve an array of markets, including semiconductor fabrication, medical diagnostics and environmental monitoring.
Universal Display Corporation: A developer of innovative OLED technology for use in flat panel displays, lighting and organic electronics.
Verivue: A provider of digital technology used by network operators worldwide to accelerate and improve the delivery of content and applications over the Internet.
Vorbeck Materials Inc.: A producer of graphene based inks and other conductive materials for printed electronics, smart packaging, smart cards, security and identification labeling, and other applications.
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