In a May 4 article for Statesman.com, staff writer Lisa Carter reported that Austin Technology Incubator (ATI) member NanoLite Systems participated in the Texas Venture Week event sponsored by the University Of Texas McCombs School Of Business.
The event featured entrepreneurs of 16 startup companies with technology based on research started at the University of Texas who promoted their companies to investors.
As cited in the Statesman.com article, NanoLite Systems co-founder and CEO Dr. Ting Shen said, “The event is a great forum for us to gain more visibility in the investors’ community. Austin is a dynamic place where a lot of great ideas are developed, and we’re a part of that.”
NanoLite Systems is an early stage medical device company developing innovative micro-imaging and sensing devices for real-time pathology i.e. cancer diagnostics, surgical guidance and treatment monitoring.
NanoLite Systems was formed as a spinoff from the University of Texas at Austin, licensing micro-chip technology from UT Austin in 2010.
NanoLite Systems received a National Science Foundation SBIR Award and a Medical Devices Grant from National Instruments within the first year of operation.
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