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Qentoros | Meet the Fall 2022 Cohort (Part 3) 900 509 RAMP - Regional Accelerator

Qentoros | Meet the Fall 2022 Cohort (Part 3)

Meet our Fall 2022 Cohort (Part 3 of 5).

Qentoros | Michael Miller & Jessica Gilbertie: Qentoros is developing a biologic therapeutic to treat a variety of infectious and/or inflammatory conditions in animals and humans. The biologic is based on blood products and has demonstrated efficacy in treating a number of veterinary patient conditions that did not improve with normal antibiotic treatment. Watch now!

Fermi Energy | Meet the Fall 2022 Cohort (Part 2) 900 512 RAMP - Regional Accelerator

Fermi Energy | Meet the Fall 2022 Cohort (Part 2)

Meet our Fall 2022 Cohort (Part 2 of 5).

Fermi Energy, Inc. | Feng Lin & Zhengrui Xu: Founded by a team of battery scientists and engineers at Virginia Tech, Fermi Energy is developing fundamentally disruptive #cathode technologies to help create the U.S. supply chain of battery manufacturing. Watch now!

Kenkashi Microbes | Meet the Fall 2022 Cohort (Part 1) 1024 585 RAMP - Regional Accelerator

Kenkashi Microbes | Meet the Fall 2022 Cohort (Part 1)

Meet our Fall 2022 Cohort (Part 1) …

Kenkashi Microbes (Cassie Wilson & Jason Anderson) delivers a full range of microbial benefits, from compost boosts to direct microbial and micronutrient application for plant health and resiliency. Watch now!

RAMP welcomes 5 startups into Fall 2022 Cohort 900 542 RAMP - Regional Accelerator

RAMP welcomes 5 startups into Fall 2022 Cohort

Please join us in welcoming these 5 startups/entrepreneurs to our Fall 2022 Cohort!

  • Fermi Energy, Inc. | Feng Lin & Zhengrui Xu: Founded by a team of battery scientists and engineers at Virginia Tech, Fermi Energy is developing fundamentally disruptive cathode technologies to help create the U.S. supply chain of battery manufacturing. 
  • Dot Solutions, LLC | Sal Ferlise & Emily Sweet: Dot Solutions LLC, aka Dot Drives, is an internet-based donor engagement software application that was specifically designed for a startup to mid-sized nonprofit. 
  • Enabled Engineering | Kumar Kandasamy: Based in Blacksburg, Enabled Engineering develops innovative manufacturing technologies for extreme applications, such as fabricating materials in nuclear reactors and enhanced electrical and thermal conductivity materials. 
  • Qentoros | Michael Miller & Jessica Gilbertie: Qentoros is developing a biologic therapeutic to treat a variety of infectious and/or inflammatory conditions in animals and humans. The biologic is based on blood products and has demonstrated efficacy in treating a number of veterinary patient conditions that did not improve with normal antibiotic treatment.
  • Kenkashi Microbes | Cassie Wilson & Jason Anderson: Kenkashi Microbes delivers a full range of microbial benefits, from compost boosts to direct microbial and micronutrient application for plant health and resiliency.
5 RAMP alumni receive $75,000 VIPC grants 897 333 RAMP - Regional Accelerator

5 RAMP alumni receive $75,000 VIPC grants

Please join us in congratulating these 5 RAMP alumni who are among the 24 Virginia companies to receive a $75,000 grant from the VIPC | Virginia Innovation Partnership Corporation Commonwealth Commercialization Fund.

  • ArchiveCore | Lennox McNeary
  • Autonomous Flight Technologies, Inc | Josh May
  • Chorda Pharma Inc. | Victor Iannello
  • Corvus Labs, LLC | Steven Mobley, CPA
  • CytoRecovery, Inc. | Alexandra Hyler, PhD

The Commonwealth Commercialization Fund is a competitive program that seeks to fund high-potential, Virginia-based, for-profit technology companies at the pre-seed stage of commercialization. 

We also congratulate DialySensors Inc. (co-founder Dr. John Robertson), another Blacksburg-based company that received a VIPC grant.

https://www.einnews.com/pr_news/586703349/vipc-s-ccf-announces-1-75m-in-funding-to-support-virginia-startups-technology-testing-and-market-validation