Supported Companies 2018-10-09T20:41:15+00:00

SUPPORTED COMPANIES

SC Launch Client Companies receive mentoring support and are eligible to apply for grant funding and an investment from SC Launch, Inc.  Graduate companies have successfully launched out of the program. Companies are aligned with Information Technology, Life Sciences or Advanced Manufacturing and Materials sectors.

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Grant Funding | Advanced Manufacturing and Materials
Agri-Tech Producers (ATP) is an agricultural technology company, owned by Joseph James, which invents and holds technologies like its patent-pending Combined Remediation Biomass and Bio-Product Production (CRBBP) Process, which plants and the multi-tasks bio-crops and their resulting biomass, to do good things, less expensively. ATP has also licensed a patented torrefaction technology, which carbonizes biomass.
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Client Company | Information Technology AgriLinx provides the agriculture industry with hardware and software elements to address customization and networking for agriculture operations, including equipment and labor tracking. The company’s irrigation management application allows cloud management with a robust scheduling and monitoring system. AgriLinx provides a fully customizable hardware deployment of sensors, valve controllers, pump relays, and more. Visit company website

 Portfolio Company · Landing Party | Advanced Manufacturing and Materials
The first titanium mini-mill with proven titanium production technologies.…

Grant Funding | Life Sciences
Aptus Bioreactors provides cardiovascular bioreactor equipment and consulting services to develop and test living tissue replacements and other medical devices. These technologies will be used to build patient-specific, living heart valves that utilize a patient’s own stem cells and will grow and regenerate for their entire lifetime.
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Grant Funding | Life Sciences
Aravis develops technology to non-invasively and quantitatively monitor bone fracture healing to inform physicians and patients when it is safe to bear weight and monitor implanted medical device infections.…

Grant Funding | Life Sciences
Arch Catheter is developing a medical device for use in heart valve replacement, bypass and stenting procedures. The device will help prevent the occurrence of strokes in heart and vascular surgery patients. In addition, the company plans to create an institute for design, development and acceleration of medical devices in the heart and vascular area of medicine.…