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ThermoLift was launched in 2012 and closed on its Series-A financing in April of 2013. Since its inception, ThermoLift has established strategic contact with Stony Brook University, Brookhaven National Laboratory, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, federal and state agencies such as the DOE, DOD, NYSERDA, and the Rapid Reaction Technology Office (DC). ThermoLift filed its first patent in April 2012.

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buncee® is a whole new way of creating and sharing online and mobile greetings, memories, interests, new finds, business stories and more in a unique, fun and social way. By leveraging the capabilities of online tools and iOS devices, buncee makes it easy for even the most ‘non-technical’ individuals to create and share engaging and interactive multi-media creations that can be shared publicly or privately.

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ShoutOmatic is a “Voice” overlay technology that allows your actual Voice to be heard across all social networks, web sites and blogs. ShoutOmatic also brings offline items to life with “Voice Messaging”: ads, business cards, posters, billboards, product packaging, POP Displays, Bobble-heads, apparel, merchandise, etc. Connect on Facebook, Twiiter, LinkedIn, and Tumblr. 

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Codagenix utilizes our breakthrough platform technology termed SAVE (Synthetic Attenuated Virus Engineering) to construct live-attenuated viral vaccines against multiple targets. All live-attenuated vaccines that are currently used in the clinic were developed using a trial-and-error based method developed in the 1880s, pre-dating the discovery of the DNA double helix.

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The first HIPAA-secure online communications platform designed to improve workflow productivity, MDChat unifies the communication, collaboration and sharing of information with any healthcare professional in real-time – anytime, from anywhere. 

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SynchroPET plans to commercialize four technologies developed by Brookhaven National Laboratory. The company licensed four patents on positron emission tomography scanning technology. The technology could be used to study Alzheimer's and other diseases.

Stony Brook University Innovation Center, Stony Brook, NY 11794-3775

Phone: 631.632.7171
Fax: 631.632.8181