UB recaps 2012’s tenant admissions and graduations, at both the Technology Incubator and the downtown Biosciences Incubator

Seven new incubator clients have moved into incubator programs at our supporting member the University at Buffalo during 2012, and five companies graduated. In a year-end recap, UB listed the five new entrants to the UB Technology Incubator at the suburban Amherst campus:

  • Cloud62, a services firm that helps clients implement best practices on the salesforce.com platform;
  • Helios-NRG, a technology-development firm focusing on industrial gases and clean energy;
  • OptoElectronic Nanodevices, a startup founded by UB faculty with expertise in photonics and materials sciences;
  • Refulgent Software, developer of the Ambur point-of-sale app for restaurants; and
  • UFC Biotechnology, which synthesizes high-value molecules used by other life-science companies.

Previously, we noted the admission of three tenants (one a relocation between facilities) at the new Biosciences Incubator at the UB/Kaleida Health Clinical-Translational Research Center at the Buffalo Niagara Medical Campus. UB has also recapped five graduations in 2012:

For more information see the university news release.

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