MPECT_CompaniesTexas Life Science VF 2014 Winners
Supporters of the Mercury Fund $1 million dollar prize celebrate with winner, BetaGlide of Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur, India
10 2013 Energy Venture Forum companies recognized at Rice Alliance Energy Venture Forum.
(L-R) Brad Burke, Rice Alliance; nCARBON, Inc.; Water Lens, LLC; Picasolar; Global Material Exchange (GMEX); Skyonic Corporation; Rebellion Photonics; Turbo Trac USA, Inc.; AdBm Technologies; MAR Systems, Inc.; Inventev
2012 Rice Alliance Most Promising Energy Companies
(L-R) Veros Systems, Inc.; Titan Oil Recovery, Inc.; Orbital Traction, Ltd.; NuMat Technologies, Inc.; Molecule Software, Inc.; Titralyte, LLC; Solid Energy Systems and 360Chestnut, Inc. Not pictured are iLumi Solutions, Inc. and Firefly LED Lighting.
Congratulations to NuMat of Northwestern University, Tabrez Ebrahim, Omar Farha, Chris Wilmar and Ben Hernandez. NuMat won $879,300 in richest business plan competition ever with $1.55 million in prizes.
Winners of the 2012 Rice Business Plan Competition, NuMat Technologies of Northwestern University ring the closing bell at NASDAQ OMX on Friday, Aug. 24. Pictured from left to right: Ashok Rao, TiE global chair; Greg Price, director, consulting solutions, PKF Texas; Ben Hernandez and Dr. Omar Fahra, NuMat Technologies; Brad Burke, managing director, Rice Alliance for Technology and Entrepreneurship; Tabrez Ebrahim and Chris Wilmer, NuMat Technologies; Cari Broderson, vice president of marketing of the Greater Houston Partnership; Gautam Ghandhi, Google; Alex Robinson, Insperity.
2013 Most Promising Life Science Companies winners: (L-R) Brad Burke, Managing Director of Rice Alliance; Viroxis, Sensulin, 1Molar, Phosplatin, CorInnova, Leonardo and Applied Regenerative (2). Not pictured are: PancreatRX, Aperion Biologics and Otometrix.
2014 RBPC winner, Advanced Medical Adhesive from RWTH Aachen University, Germany, takes home $507,000.
Title sponsor Insperity cheers on winning team SiNode
Rice President David Leebron and Jones School Dean Glick cheer on Rice team, A-76 Technologies at Rice Business Plan Competition. The team took second, winning nearly $550,000.
Rice Alliance IT & Web Venture Forum recognizes 10 Venture Forum companies.
(L-R) Brad Burke, Rice Alliance; Virtuix; Global Material Exchange (GMEX); SmartVault; CheckedTwice; Theatro; Camperoo; Cinegif; Epic One; Embrace; GroupRaise.com
Brad Burke, Rice Alliance for Technology and Entrepreneurship (far left), Kemal Anbarci, Chevron Technology Ventures (back row, far right) and Karen Love, PKF Texas (far right), congratulate the 10 Most Promising Energy and Clean Technology Companies: EverBLUE Water Technologies; Biota Technologies;, GMC Inc.; OptiEnz Sensors; PAX Pure; GeoTek Energy, LLC; Dynamic Tubular Systems; Sustainable Power Systems; Down Hole, Inc.; AnCatt.
10 companies were recognized as top Life Science companies by the Rice Alliance at the 2014 Texas Life Science Forum:
(L-R) Leto Solutions, Inc., Shape Memory Therapeutics, Corinnova, Cerebrotech Medical Systems, Recursion Pharmaceuticals (2 representatives), Adient Medical, Xeris Pharmaceuticals and Brad Burke managing director of the Rice Alliance. Not pictures are: Procyrion, Inc., Aperion Biologics and ENTvantage Dx.
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