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Mtech TAP Company CosmosID™ Wins Best Life Sciences Company in the Maryland Incubator Company of the Year Awards
Date:6/6/2011

Business Plan Competition and is a graduate of the VentureAccelerator program. The company's technology was invented by doctoral candidates Matthew Dowling and Peter Thomas, as well as associate professor Srinivasa Raghavan, all in the Fischell Department of Bioengineering.
  • Renova Life Inc. develops novel animal embryo biotechnologies and provides quality animal embryo products and services to the pharmaceutical and agricultural industries, as well as the biomedical research community
  • Resensys LLC develops self-powered, energy-harvesting, wireless, distributed sensors for monitoring structures such as bridges, buildings, and pipelines. The company's patent-pending technology, invented by electrical and computer engineering assistant research scientist and alumnus Mehdi Kalantari, detects strain, deformation and cracks forming in structures and provide early warnings when problems arise. Resensys' sensors attach to existing structures. Resensys won the high technology category in the 2008 UM $50K Business Plan Competition and graduated from VentureAccelerator to TAP in March, 2010.

  • Six TAP companies have won Maryland Incubator Company of the Year awards in the past four years. Last year, FlexEl won the technology transfer category. Lurn Inc. won the technology service category in 2009. In 2008, AccuStrata Inc. won the best new incubator company category; TRX Systems won the homeland security company category and Zymetis Inc. won the best technology transfer company category.

    TAP winners in previous years also include Martek Biosciences, Digene Corporation and DataStream Content Solutions.

    Sponsored by the Maryland Department of Business and Economic Development (DBED), the Maryland Technology Development Corporation (TEDCO), RSM McGladrey Inc. and Saul Ewing LLP, the Maryland Incubator Company of the Year Awards are selected b
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