Congratulations to Graphene Frontiers, winner of a 2013 TechConnect National & Global Innovation Award. The Nanotechnology Institute™ is proud to fund and support Graphene Frontiers.
Anthony P. Green, Ph.D. Vice President, Technology Commercialization Group, Life Sciences, BFTP/SEP; and Ben Franklin Director, The Nanotechnology Institute™, will moderate the morning plenary session at the 2013 NNI Strategic Planning Stakeholder Workshop, focused on Commercializing Nanotechnology, June 11, 2013.
Regenerative Medicine Company, Eqalix, Announces Grant from Nanotechnology Institute in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Eqalix, Inc. (Eqalix), an emerging regenerative medicine development company, announced that it has received a $50,000 grant from NTI to advance their development of alimentary protein scaffolds (APS) for wound healing and aesthetic dermatology. more»
PHILADELPHIA, PA (www.nanotechinstitute.org) – The Nanotechnology Institute™ (NTI), the region’s first multi-institutional partnership created to accelerate nanotechnology commercialization and company formation, awarded a total of $375K to five university-based technology commercialization projects. more»
Fabrication of Flexible and Porous Surface Enhanced Raman Scattering (SERS) Substrates Using Nanoparticle Inks
Manuel Figueroa, Kambiz Pourrezaei, and Somdev Tyagi
AIP Conf. Proc. 1461, 47 (2012)
Click here to read more: http://proceedings.aip.org/resource/2/apcpcs/1461/1/47_1?isAuthorized=no
New Tissue Engineering Technology Moves From Lab Toward Operating Room With Help From Virginia-Based Start-Up Eqalix, Inc.
PHILADELPHIA (June 4, 2012) – A trio of tissue engineering technologies developed by researchers and clinicians from Drexel, Penn and The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia are moving one step closer to becoming viable options for vascular surgery, skin replacement and tissue regeneration. Eqalix, Inc., a start-up company from Reston, Va., has recently acquired the exclusive licenses for these three technologies and plans to develop them for commercial use. more»
The Nanotechnology Institute is pleased to announce its 2012 funding opportunity to support Translational Research!
The Nanotechnology Institute™ (NTI) is a multi-institutional, non-profit organization whose unique mission is to accelerate nanotechnology commercialization through interdisciplinary translational research that flows from academic laboratories to industry through company formation and product development. more»
NSF Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR)
Phase 1 Program Solicitation
Deadline for Submission: June 19, 2012 more»
Philadelphia Business Journal
Peter Key, March 21, 2012
The Nanotechnology Institute is taking its show on the road.
The group will use part of the $1.16 million in state funding it was recently awarded to take its nanotechnology commercialization efforts statewide in conjunction with a similar organization in Pittsburgh. more»
PA Department of Community and Economic Development
“Technology Investment Office looks to NTI as a valued partner in harnessing the technology based economic development opportunities within PA’s nanotechnology community.”
—C. Alan Walker
Secretary, PA Department of Community
and Economic Development