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Local Start-up Dynamic Photonics, Inc., Developing Technology for High-Speed Fiber-Optic Networks

In recent years, network bandwidth requirements have grown exponentially, pushing the need for the development of data exchange mechanisms to 100+ Gbps (gigabits per second). Internet exchanges, high-performance computing, and personalized content such as YouTube, IPTV, and HDTV are a few of the numerous applications that need such high bandwidth capabilities. To meet the demands of the exponential growth in video, voice, data, and mobile-device traffic over the Internet, the …Read More

New Mexico Angels Make Record Investments in Start-ups

The New Mexico Angels, a local group of accredited individual investors, announced that it has made a record number of investments in start-up companies.  The Angels have led investments in seed- and early-stage investing in new companies, especially those created around technologies from UNM and the state’s other research institutions and national labs.  Their Start-Up Factory program has spun out startups such as Cylenta, Dynamic Photonics,  Enthentica, and Exovita Biosciences …Read More

News of TRC Funding of Six Start-ups Picked Up by National Venture Firm

The state’s recent announcement of the funding of six start-up companies in New Mexico has been noted in the latest newsletter edition of Wasabi Ventures under its state-by-state round-up of start-up news section, “Startup Ecosystem Highlights.” Wasabi Ventures, a firm that specializes in co-founding, investing in, incubating, building and advising early stage technology companies, has built, financed, and advised over 200 start-ups.  The Technology Research Collaborative, established by Governor Martinez …Read More

STC Active Start-up Companies

ODMR Technologies, Inc. Berkeley-based start-up developing chip-scale diamond platforms for trace magnetic resonance spectroscopic analysis http://www.odmrtechnologies.com/ California ClearStream Technologies, LLC Developing enterprise application software related to online streaming, conferencing and video analytics New Mexico Viewpoint Molecular Targeting, LLC Develops pharmaceutical drugs for diagnostic imaging and therapy for cancer, with a focus on metastatic melanoma http://www.viewpointmt.com Iowa Linnaeus Therapeutics A biotechnology company engaged in the identification and development of topically deliverable …Read More

New Mexico Angels Fund UNM Start-up

Albuquerque, NM – September 12, 2014 The New Mexico Angels, a local private investor organization, announced that it has funded two New Mexico start-up companies: Dynamic Photonics and Seed Worthy. Dynamic Photonics was formed around technology developed at the University of New Mexico in 2013. The technology, which received gap funding from STC’s Gap Fund @ UNM program, is an ultra-fast optical receiver that increases the speed of data exchange …Read More

Payman Zarkesh-Ha, Ph.D.

Associate Professor Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering The University of New Mexico Chief Science Officer Dynamic Photonics, Inc. (NM Start-up Factory/STC start-up) Dr. Zarkesh-Ha has disclosed nine inventions, received one issued U. S. patent, has six pending patent applications, and has one exclusive option to license agreement with start-up Dynamic Photonics, Inc., to develop his ultra-fast optical receiver technologies. Dr. Zarkesh-Ha and his co-inventor received approximately $25,000 in gap …Read More

BBER Study on STC Start-ups Shows Continued Economic Impact

Albuquerque, NM – August 14, 2014 UNM’s Bureau of Business & Economic Research (BBER) recently released its 2014 study on STC start-up companies and the impact on the state’s economy. “STC.UNM: The Impact of Start-up Companies on the New Mexico Economy,” was released in June and is an analysis of the economic impact in the state of new companies formed from technologies developed at the University of New Mexico. BBER …Read More

Robust Year-End Metrics and Economic Development Initiative Big News

Albuquerque, NM – August 1, 2013 STC.UNM ended its fiscal year in strong fashion exceeding goals in nearly all metrics, an indication that the program’s maturity is “paying off” in robust commercialization activity and deepening ties with our entrepreneurial business community. Best of all, this year’s commercialization efforts have led to the formation of nine new start-up companies, seven located in New Mexico. Here are the numbers: Fiscal Year 2013 …Read More

Christos Christodoulou, Ph.D.

Christos Christodoulou, Ph.D. Jim and Ellen King Dean of Engineering and Computing, School of Engineering Distinguished Professor, Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering The University of New Mexico Dr.  Christodoulou has disclosed 12 inventions, received four UNM-affiliated issued U. S. patents, and has three pending patent applications for his reconfigurable antenna and energy harvesting technologies.   Dr. Christodoulou has also helped Bluecom Systems, an Albuquerque startup develop multi-band, multi-mode radios. Reconfigurable …Read More

Ganesh Balakrishnan, Ph.D.

Ganesh Balakrishnan, Ph.D. Associate Professor, Associate Chair, Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering The University of New Mexico Dr. Balakrishnan has disclosed 15 inventions to STC, received five UNM-affiliated issued U. S. patents and has four pending U. S. patent applications for his semiconductor, reconfigurable antenna, and solar cell technologies. Dr. Balakrishnan’s primary research focus for the past decade has been the growth and characterization of highly mismatched III-Sb compound …Read More