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Golden Goose Award

The Science Coalition is a founding organization of the Golden Goose Award. The purpose of the Golden Goose Award is to demonstrate the human and economic benefits of federally funded research by highlighting examples of seemingly obscure studies that have led to major breakthroughs and resulted in significant societal impact.


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ScienceWorksForU.S.

ScienceWorksForU.S. is a joint project of The Science Coalition, the Association of American Universities and the Association of Public and Land-grant Universities to inform policymakers and the public of the devastating impact that sequestration is having on federally funded scientific research.

Universities conduct the majority of basic scientific and medical research in the United States and, as such, are ground zero for the discovery and innovation that fuels the economy, as well as for the education of future scientists, engineers, doctors, teachers and entrepreneurs.

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Innovation Deficit

Close the Innovation Deficit is an effort by the business, higher education, scientific, and high-tech manufacturing communities who are concerned about cuts and stagnating federal investments in research and higher education at a time when other nations are investing heavily in these areas. The Science Coalition supports the effort to Close the Innovation Deficit and believes sustained federal investments in research and higher education are necessary to develop the ideas, people, and innovations that power our economy, create jobs, improve health, and strengthen our national security.


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SCIENCE 2034

What does science hold for the future? SCIENCE 2034 is an initiative by The Science Coalition to mark our 20th anniversary by looking forward 20 years and focusing on the possibilities of the future.

While we don’t know what the next “Big Thing” will be, we can make some educated predictions about how well-funded scientific research might change our lives and our world. At www.Science2034.org we ask scientists, policymakers and thought leaders to weigh in and tell us what they think science will enable 20 years from now and what that will mean to individuals, society and the world.


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The Science Coalition

A SUCCESS STORY

This website accompanies The Science Coalition’s Sparking Economic Growth reports. Each of the three reports highlights a different set of companies created from federally funded university research, totaling 302 companies to date. Each company is an example of how the federal government’s investment in basic scientific research fuels U.S. innovation, job creation and economic growth.

Success Stories

Semma Therapeutics: Tackling Type 1 Diabetes

Semma Therapeutics is working to turn stem cells into insulin-producing cells for patients with type 1 diabetes. Building on groundbreaking research at Harvard University’s Stem Cell Institute that identified a way to turn stem cells into functional, insulin-producing cells on a mass scale, the team at Semma hopes to profoundly change diabetes treatment.

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Open Water Power: A New Approach to Energy Storage

An MIT teaching assistant and two of his students conducted a modest experiment in a beaker and ended up with an energy storage and power generation system that solves a significant endurance problem for the U.S. Navy and the oil and gas industry. Open Water Power was formed to bring to market their technology for undersea power generation.

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EpiBone: Growing Personalized Bone Grafts

The technology developed by Columbia University’s EpiBone has a serious SciFi factor and the potential to help many people. Using a CT scan to create a precise 3D model of the anatomical defect, stem cells taken from the patient and a custom-built bioreactor, EpiBone is able to grow a personalized bone graft – in the exact size and shape needed – ready for implantation.

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TriFusion Devices: Meeting the Unmet Needs of Amputees

TriFusion Devices has solved one of the biggest challenges to 3D printing – the tendency of the layers to peel apart or break under heat or stress. The Texas A&M spinout is using this knowledge to produce durable, high-functioning, custom-fitted prosthetics for a fraction of the standard price.

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Epicrop Technologies: Improving Crop Yields

As the world’s population continues to grow and human activity places increasing stress on the environment, finding new ways to increase crop yields is a global challenge. University of Nebraska spinout company Epicrop Technologies is pursuing a unique solution to this problem.

Epicrop has developed an epigenetic technology to improve a plant’s stress tolerance and crop yield. Epigenetic modifications are naturally occurring biological marks on the plant’s DNA, or chromatin. These marks help the plant develop normally and to adapt to its environment. Epicrop’s technology is able to improve crop yields and stress tolerance by altering these marks without changing the DNA sequence of the plant. The final crop plant is genetically identical to the starting plant and contains no foreign genes or changes to the plant’s DNA sequence.

Epicrop founder and University of Nebraska-Lincoln Professor of Agronomy Dr. Sally Mackenzie describes the development of her technology as "[O]ne of those great ‘could not have predicted it’ discoveries that comes about from federally funded research into important basic biological processes."

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Ball Aerospace: Born of the Space Race

The oldest company highlighted in Volume 3 of the Sparking Economic Growth report is Ball Aerospace & Technologies Corp. Ball Brothers Research Corporation, as it was originally called, was founded in 1956 during the early days of the space program. The company’s leaders were intent on pursuing government contract research to connect the company with a larger pool of scientific manpower and receive follow-on benefits from the resulting manufacturing process experience.

They turned to a group of University of Colorado (CU) physics students and professors to evaluate a weighing device that the company was developing. The CU group had been working to create the first biaxial pointing control for the U.S. Air Force, among other projects in the developing rocket field. The CU group ended up joining the recently formed Ball Brothers Research Corporation. Twenty years before Forbes coined the term “start-up,” these Boulder scientists were unknowingly laying the groundwork for a company that would become a key contributor to some of America’s pioneering science missions.

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Codapillar: Breaking New Ground in Coding

It’s said that necessity is the mother of invention. Codapillar saw a need and knew there was a better way.

Codapillar is an education technology platform that teaches middle school and high school students how to code. It is the brain child of Pace University undergrads – Julie Gauthier and Olga Bogomolova – who worked together at a camp for high school students interested in the STEM disciplines. After trying various resources to help students learn coding, the same problems kept surfacing. Their students were getting frustrated and so were they. This led Julie and Olga to decide to go “off-book,” create a custom curriculum, and teach students the tools that professional web developers were using. The results were fast and dramatic in terms of student success and happiness.

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Tableau Software: From a DoD Project to a Global Company

Their original assignment was to increase people’s ability to analyze information. What they did, however, was take data analysis and presentation to a whole new level. Working on a Defense Department project in the early 2000s at Stanford University, the founders of Tableau Software realized that computer graphics could deliver huge gains in people’s ability to understand data so they did something that hadn’t been done before: they brought together databases and computer graphics. The resulting invention, VizQL™, let people analyze data just by building "drag & drop" pictures of what they wanted to see. “I see the future” was Tableau co-founder Christian Chabot’s reaction when he saw what they invented.

With over $825 million in revenue in 2016 and 3,200 employees worldwide, Tableau continues to revolutionize business analytics.

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Clerio Vision: Seeing Things Differently

Sometimes the key to moving forward is seeing things in a new way. That’s what happened when Wayne Knox, a professor of optics and physics and the director of the Institute of Optics at the University of Rochester, was presenting his work on using ultrafast lasers to change optical materials like intra-ocular lenses to a group of scientists discussing lasers, optics, and human vision. Krystel Huxlin, an associate professor of ophthalmology at the Flaum Eye Institute, part of the University of Rochester Medical Center, chimed in with a question: "Have you ever tried this in living materials?" With that, a collaboration was born and the two embarked on the basic research and technological validation that ultimately led to the formation of Clerio Vision, Inc., and a novel vision correction procedure called LIRIC.

LIRIC uses a femtosecond laser to change the refractive index of the cornea with small pulses to “write” a corrective prescription onto the cornea non-invasively. Unlike LASIK, it doesn’t change the shape of or thin the cornea and can be repeated as needed over a person’s lifetime. Clerio is working with some of the original architects of LASIK to commercialize its technology.

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Federal Funding & Innovation

$265 Million

Every Sparking Economic Growth company is an American innovation success story. Each traces its roots back to federally funded university research and is bringing to market transformational innovations in health, materials, technology, defense, manufacturing, education or agriculture. Additionally, each of these companies is creating jobs and contributing to the local economy. The public investment in the foundational research behind these companies? Just over $265 million spread over several decades.

($265 million is for Volume 3 companies only; 92 of 102 companies in Volume 3 provided funding estimates.)

A Small Slice of the Pie

The federal government’s total R&D bill amounts to just 3.4 percent of the nation’s annual budget. The last time this number exceeded 5 percent of the budget was back in 1990, more than a quarter century ago. While basic research is the smallest slice of the R&D pie, accounting for less than 25 percent ($33.5 billion) of the federal government’s total $135.5 billion R&D budget in 2016, it is the spark that ignites discovery and innovation in the United States. The return on this modest investment is enormous.

ROI

There are few investments with a greater return than federally funded basic scientific research.

The federally funded university research that led to the companies highlighted here yielded many other returns along the way. This research advanced our knowledge; primed America’s innovation pipeline; educated future scientists, engineers and doctors; created direct jobs and equipment purchases; and helped build a skilled workforce. Research, and all the benefits that flow from it, help keep America globally competitive.

Why Federal Funding?

U.S. industry is the largest overall contributor to R&D in the United States, but basic scientific research is mostly funded by the federal government and conducted by university researchers across the country. Why?

Basic research is research for the pursuit of knowledge. It is curiosity driven, seeking answers to basic questions about life and the physical world. Academic researchers are free to focus on their scientific missions over many years without having to demonstrate commercial value. Industry, on the other hand, has a shorter time horizon and is driven by commercial outcomes, therefore focusing more of its efforts on applied research and development.

Success Since WWII

Our current system for supporting research – and fueling American innovation and economic growth – was created at the conclusion of World War II.

President Franklin D. Roosevelt asked his Director of the Office of Scientific Research and Development, Vannevar Bush, for recommendations on how to apply the highly successful wartime scientific research effort to peacetime endeavors. The recommendations from Dr. Bush, contained in a report called “Science, the Endless Frontier,” led to the formation of the National Science Foundation in 1950 and formalized the arrangement between the federal government and universities to conduct research on behalf of the American people. This unique partnership has been a driving force of the U.S. economy ever since.

Browse By State

From California to Connecticut, Minnesota to Missouri, and New Hampshire to North Carolina, Sparking Economic Growth companies are contributing to their local economies in important ways.

Facts & Figures

Job Creators

The 102 companies highlighted in Volume 3 of the Sparking Economic Growth report collectively employ 8,901 people. As is typical of the U.S. economy in general, the majority of these companies are small businesses of fewer than 500 people. However, unlike the vast majority of small businesses in the United States, which are “non-employers,” only one company reports that it does not have any paid employees at this time. Small businesses in the United States are job creators, accounting for 63 percent of net new jobs.

(Employee count is based on 100 of the 102 companies in the report.)

Amount of Federal Funding

Universities and company founders were asked to estimate the amount of federal funding that contributed to the foundational research at the root of their technology. Estimates were provided for 92 of the 102 companies highlighted in Volume 3 of Sparking Economic Growth, totaling just over $265 million. For the large majority of companies – 80 percent – initial federal funding for their foundational research conducted at universities was less than $5 million, and for 40 percent of companies, this amount was less than $1 million.

(Total funding was $265,019,045)

Federal Funding Agencies

The foundational federal research funding for the companies highlighted in Volume 3 of the Sparking Economic Growth report was provided by nine separate federal agencies. This funding was competitively awarded and often spanned many years. While some founders cited grant awards from multiple agencies, the majority cited grants from just one agency.

Transformational Innovations

The innovations behind the Sparking Economic Growth companies touch all aspects of society and the economy. In Volume 3 of the report, a majority of companies consider their work to be in the biomedical space. This broad category includes drugs, devices and diagnostics, as well as tools and materials that support biomedical research.

Research-Driven Success

Of the 200 companies profiled in previous editions of the Sparking Economic Growth report, 88 percent (176) remain operational today or have successfully merged with or been acquired by another company.

Significantly, 53 of those original 200 companies were considered "young" at the time they were highlighted, meaning they were less than five years old. Since only about half of all new businesses formed in the United States survive more than five years, crossing the five-year benchmark is significant. Sparking Economic Growth companies do this at a rate of 87 percent: 46 of the 53 young companies remain operational, or have been successfully merged or acquired as of 2017.

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3PrimeDx, Inc.
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Acomni, LLC
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Acoustic Magic, Inc.
Materials
Aculon, Inc.
Biomedical
Adarza Biosystems, Inc.
Biomedical
Adenosine Therapeutics, LLC
Technology & Web
Advaita Corporation
Materials
Advanced Diamond Technologies (ADT), Inc.
Biomedical
Advaxis, Inc.
Biomedical
Aeglea Biotherapeutics
Biomedical
Agensys, Inc.
Energy & Chemicals
Agile Sciences, Inc.
Biomedical
Agilis Biotherapeutics
Biomedical
AGTC
Technology & Web
Akamai Technologies, Inc.
Biomedical
Akrivis Technologies
Education & Language
ALEKS Corporation
Biomedical
Allegro Diagnostics
Energy & Chemicals
Allylix, Inc.
Technology & Web
Amati Communications Corporation
Biomedical
American BioOptics
Energy & Chemicals
Amyris, Inc.
Technology & Web
AnswerDash, Inc.
Technology & Web
Aortica Corporation
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Applied Dexterity, Inc.
Defense, Safety, & Aerospace
AptaMatrix
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Arbor Networks
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ArmaGen Technologies, Inc.
Biomedical
Arvinas
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AsclepiX Therapeutics LLC
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Athenex
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Audyssey Laboratories
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Aurrion
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Aursos, Inc.
Materials
Autonomic Materials, Inc.
Biomedical
Auxadyne, LLC
Biomedical
Avid Radiopharmaceuticals, Inc.
Biomedical
Axogen
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Axonia Medical, Inc.
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AzERx, Inc.
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Ball Aerospace & Technologies Corp.
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Banyan Biomarkers, Inc.
Biomedical
Beta Bionics, Inc.
Biomedical
BioFront Technologies
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BioMarck Pharmaceuticals, Ltd.
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BioNano Genomics
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BioResource International, Inc.
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Blackrock Microsystems
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BluHaptics, Inc.
Defense, Safety, & Aerospace
Buffalo BioBlower Technologies, LLC
Technology & Web
Cadence Design Systems
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Caribou Biosciences, Inc.
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CartoFusion Technologies, Inc.
Manufacturing, Research & Industry
Cell Biologics
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Cell Habitats
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CELLMIC
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Cellular Dynamics International (CDI), Inc.
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Cerulean Pharma, Inc.
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Chromatin, Inc.
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Cisco Systems, Inc.
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Clearside Biomedical, Inc.
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Clerio Vision, Inc.
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Codapillar Inc.
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Codelucia, LLC
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Cognex Corporation
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ColdQuanta, Inc.
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CollabWorx
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Conidio Tec, LLC
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ContraFect Corporation
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Core Quantum Technologies, Inc.
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CREE, Inc.
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Crossbar, Inc.
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Crystal IS, Inc.
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CyDex Pharmaceuticals, Inc.
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CytomX Therapeutics, Inc.
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CytoVas, LLC
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Dataware Ventures, LLC
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Diagnostics for All (DFA)
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Directed Vapor Technologies International, Inc.
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DoseOptics, LLC
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Dysonics Corporation
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ECM Technologies, LLC
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Eden Park Illumination, Inc.
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eFFECTOR Therapeutics
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Emotient
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Emu Solutions Inc.
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EpiBone, Inc.
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Epicrop Technologies, Inc.
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EPIR Technologies
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Eucalyptus Systems
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FAST Biomedical
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FastBridge Learning, LLC
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FluGen, Inc.
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FORGE Life Science
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framergy™
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FreshAir Sensor LLC
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Galaxy Diagnostics, Inc.
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gel-e Life Sciences
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Gemstone Biotherapeutics, LLC
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Genentech, Inc.
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General Sentiment
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Genocea Biosciences
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Genomatica, Inc.
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Genome Profiling, LLC
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GeoVax Labs, Inc.
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Google Inc.
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GPB Scientific, LLC
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Graphene Frontiers
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Ground Fluor Pharmaceuticals, Inc.
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Guavus Inc.
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HaloSource, Inc.
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Hexatech, Inc.
Technology & Web
Hiperwall Inc.
Biomedical
HistoSonics, Inc.
Manufacturing, Research & Industry
Hummingbird Nano Inc.
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HylaPharm
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iCardiac Technologies
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IDx, LLC
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Image Sensing Systems, Inc.
Technology & Web
ImagineOptix
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Immersive Touch
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ImmuneWorks
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ImmuNext
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Infinity Pharmaceuticals
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Inhibikase Therapeutics, Inc.
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InkTank
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Integrated DNA Technologies (IDT), Inc.
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Integrated Genomics
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IntelliCyt Corporation
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InterSeeder Technologies, LLC
Defense, Safety, & Aerospace
iRobot Corporation
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Itaconix Corporation
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J.A. Woollam Co., Inc.
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KAI Pharmaceuticals
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Kapteyn-Murnane Laboratories Inc.
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Kionix, Inc.
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Klogene Therapeutics, Inc.
Biomedical
Kolltan Pharmaceuticals, Inc.
Biomedical
Koning Corporation
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Language Weaver
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LI-COR Biosciences
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LineRate Systems, Inc.
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Liquid Biotech USA, Inc.
Energy & Chemicals
Liquid Light
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LiquiGlide, Inc.
Biomedical
Lodo Therapeutics Corporation
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Lycera Corp
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Lyncean Technologies, Inc.
Biomedical
M3 Biotechnology
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MacuCLEAR, Inc.
Biomedical
Maroon Biotech
Biomedical
Melanovus Oncology
Technology & Web
Mersive Technologies
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MesoScribe Technologies Inc.
Materials
Metamagnetics Inc.
Technology & Web
Mobitrac, Inc.
Biomedical
Modulated Imaging, Inc.
Manufacturing, Research & Industry
Molecular Imaging, Inc.
Manufacturing, Research & Industry
Molecular Imprints, Inc.
Biomedical
Momenta Pharmaceuticals, Inc.
Biomedical
Moterum, LLC
Biomedical
Myriad Genetics, Inc.
Biomedical
Nabsys
Materials
Nanofiber Solutions™
Biomedical
Nanopharma Technologies, Inc.
Materials
NanoPhotonica
Materials
NanoSonic, Inc.
Technology & Web
Nanosys, Inc.
Biomedical
Natura Therapeutics, Inc.
Biomedical
Naurex Inc.
Biomedical
NemaMetrix Inc.
Technology & Web
Network Perception
Biomedical
Nexgenia, Inc.
Biomedical
NimbleGen Systems, Inc.
Manufacturing, Research & Industry
Novesentis
Biomedical
Novobiotic
Biomedical
Octagen Corporation
Technology & Web
OmniSpeech, LLC
Biomedical
ONY, Inc.
Technology & Web
Open Water Power, Inc.
Defense, Safety, & Aerospace
Orbital ATK Inc.
Biomedical
Organovo Holdings, Inc.
Biomedical
OrthoAccel Technologies Inc.
Manufacturing, Research & Industry
Pacific Biosciences
Manufacturing, Research & Industry
Paper Battery Company
Biomedical
Personalis, Inc.
Biomedical
PhageTech, Inc.
Biomedical
Pharmacyclics
Biomedical
Pharmasset, Inc.
Energy & Chemicals
Phoebus Optoelectronics LLC
Biomedical
PhotoniCare, Inc.
Biomedical
Physcient, Inc.
Manufacturing, Research & Industry
Picarro, Inc.
Technology & Web
PLS 3rd Learning
Materials
Polyera Corporation
Biomedical
Praxis Biologics
Biomedical
Preora Diagnostics Inc.
Biomedical
Promentis Pharmaceuticals Inc.
Biomedical
Prommune, Inc.
Manufacturing, Research & Industry
Protea Biosciences, Inc.
Technology & Web
Psikick
Biomedical
Q-State Biosciences, Inc.
Biomedical
Quantitative Radiology Solutions, LLC
Manufacturing, Research & Industry
Quantum Signal, LLC
Manufacturing, Research & Industry
RainDance Technologies, Inc.
Materials
Reactive NanoTechnologies, Inc.
Defense, Safety, & Aerospace
RemoteReality
Technology & Web
RightCare Solutions, Inc.
Biomedical
SAGE Therapeutics
Defense, Safety, & Aerospace
Sample6 Technologies
Technology & Web
Sand9
Biomedical
Saneron-CCEL Therapeutics, Inc.
Technology & Web
SAS
Education & Language
Science Take Out
Biomedical
Scipher
Biomedical
Semma Therapeutics
Energy & Chemicals
Semprius
Manufacturing, Research & Industry
Senomyx, Inc.
Energy & Chemicals
Sensorygen, Inc.
Materials
Sharklet Technologies, Inc.
Technology & Web
Silatronix
Materials
Sinmat
Materials
SLIPS Technologies, Inc.
Technology & Web
SOAIR, LLC
Energy & Chemicals
Solarmer Energy, Inc.
Biomedical
SomaLogic, Inc.
Technology & Web
SoundCure
Manufacturing, Research & Industry
Spheryx, Inc.
Technology & Web
Spin Transfer Technologies
Biomedical
Stasys Medical Corporation
Biomedical
Steady State Imaging, LLC
Biomedical
Stratatech
Technology & Web
Sun Microsystems, Inc.
Energy & Chemicals
SunPower Corporation
Biomedical
SynchroPET Inc.
Biomedical
Syntermed, Inc.
Energy & Chemicals
SyntheZyme
Technology & Web
Tableau Software
Technology & Web
TAG Optics Inc.
Energy & Chemicals
TerraCOH, Inc.
Biomedical
TetraLogic Pharmaceuticals
Energy & Chemicals
TetraVitae Bioscience
Biomedical
Therametric Technologies, Inc.
Materials
Thermal Expansion Solutions, LLC
Manufacturing, Research & Industry
ThermoAnalytics, Inc.
Biomedical
Tivorsan Pharmaceuticals
Biomedical
TomoTherapy Incorporated
Biomedical
Tonus Therapeutics
Biomedical
Topera, Inc.
Biomedical
Trak Surgical, Inc.
Biomedical
Transgenex Nanobiotech, Inc.
Energy & Chemicals
Transphorm
Biomedical
Transposagen Biopharmaceuticals, Inc.
Energy & Chemicals
Tri Alpha Energy Inc.
Biomedical
Triangle Pharmaceuticals
Manufacturing, Research & Industry
Tribogenics
Manufacturing, Research & Industry
TriFusion Devices
Agriculture & Environment
Tule Technologies LLC
Biomedical
TYRX, Inc.
Biomedical
Universal Cells, Inc.
Materials
Universal Display Corporation
Biomedical
Vaccinex, Inc.
Biomedical
Valtari Bio Inc.
Energy & Chemicals
Verenium Corporation
Technology & Web
Veriflow
Biomedical
VGX Pharmaceuticals
Energy & Chemicals
Virent, Inc.
Biomedical
Virtual Incision Corporation
Biomedical
Virtually Better, Inc.
Materials
Vorbeck Materials, Inc.
Defense, Safety, & Aerospace
Watchstander
Biomedical
Wellness & Prevention Inc.
Biomedical
Wisegene
Energy & Chemicals
WiTricity Corporation
Manufacturing, Research & Industry
Xenogen
Energy & Chemicals
Xerion Advanced Battery Corp.
Energy & Chemicals
Zymetis, Inc.

Reports

All three volumes of The Science Coalition’s Sparking Economic Growth report are available below. Each highlights a different set of American innovation success stories—companies created from federally funded university research—that are contributing to job creation and U.S. economic growth.

Volume 3
2017
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Volume 2
2013
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Volume 1
2010
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