Xallent is developing proprietary nanoscale measurement hardware and software tools for imaging, testing, and analyzing semiconductors and thin film materials. Since graduating from NEXUS-NY, Xallent has won funding from the National Science Foundation, DARPA, NIST, and the US army, as well as raising some private funding. They have raised more than $1.4M in dilutive and non-dilutive funding.
Vistex Composites is developing a disruptive process for the production of advanced thermoset and thermoplastic composite products. After graduating from NEXUS-NY, Vistex joined the Air Force Research Laboratory’s commercialization academy, as well as securing funding from the National Science Foundation and NASA. They have raised more than $1.3M in non-dilutive funding to date.
Sunny Clean Water is developing a novel solar still for electricity free desalination. Since graduating from NEXUS-NY, Sunny Clean Water has won funding from the National Science Foundation in the form of an SBIR phase I, as well as having success in business plan competitions. They have raised more than $230,000 in non-dilutive funding.
SelfArray is developing directed self-assembly processes using diamagnetic levitation to enable faster, cheaper assembly of direct view LED displays. Since graduating from NEXUS-NY, SelfArray has raised a small seed round catalyzed in part by NEXUS, as well as winning an SBIR phase II from the national science foundation. SelfArray has raised more than $1M in dilutive and non-dilutive funding to date.
RemWell is developing an In Situ remediation technology to address PFAS water contamination. They have raised $50,000 in non-dilutive funding.
Potsdam Sensors is developing a novel air quality sensor, which can detect particles down to 10nm in size. They are currently targeting their sensor towards reducing hospital acquired infection rates, but also see opportunities in HVAC optimization. Since graduating from NEXUS-NY, Potsdam Sensors has joined the Hardware Scaleup program, and secured funding from the National Science Foundation, Fuzehub, and the Shipley Center. They have raised more than $800,000 in non-dilutive funds to date.
Phase Innovations is developing a novel mass exchanger for a high efficiency dedicated outdoor air system which can significantly decrease HVAC energy usage. After graduating from NEXUS-NY, they were a winner of the NYSERDA Next Gen HVAC PON, and joined the Hardware Scaleup program. They have raised more than $1.1M in non-dilutive funding.
Molecular Glasses is developing a new class of organic semiconductor materials for OLEDs. After graduating from NEXUS-NY they were selected for NextCorps’ Luminate Accelerator. They have won awards from the National Science Foundation, Department of Energy, and NYSERDA, as well as having raised some venture funds. In total they have raised more than $1.2M in dilutive and non-dilutive funds.
Micatu uses optical sensor technologies to provide next generation measurement capabilities in the areas of smart grid, wind, power distribution, and condition monitoring. Since graduating NEXUS-NY, Micatu has won the 76West Clean Energy Competition, received a phase II SBIR, and won several substantial NYSERDA PONS. They have raised more than $5.4M in non-dilutive funds.