Vuronyx Technologies


SBIR Award Summary

Total Number of Awards 4
Total Value of Awards $1.52MM
First Award Date 06/08/15
Most Recent Award Date 09/01/17

Key Personnel

Last Name Name Awards Contact
Agarwal Sandip Agarwal 5 Message
Gallagher James Gallagher 2 Message

4 Awards Won

Phase 1 SBIR

Agency: Department of Health & Human Services
Topic: PA-16-186
Budget: 09/01/17 - 05/31/18

In this proposal, Vuronyx Technologies in collaboration with Prof. Vince Rotello at UMass Amherst aims to develop a prototype kit for validation of cell lines. Cell lines have a wide range of applications in both academic and life sciences industries, including genomics, drug discovery, tissue engineering, regenerative medicine, and toxicity tes...

Phase 1 STTR

Institution: University of Notre Dame

Agency: Army
Topic: A16A-T008
Budget: 08/15/16 - 02/07/17

Vuronyx Technologies and Prof. Marya Lieberman at the University of Notre Dame will develop paper analytical devices (idPADs) to presumptively identify illicit drugs. All the reagents needed to perform twelve different chemical color tests are stored on the idPAD. The user rubs the powder to be tested across the PAD, then dips the PAD in water ...

Phase 2 STTR

Institution: Georgia Institute of Technology

Agency: Department of Energy
Topic: 11c
Budget: 08/01/16 - 07/31/18

Current methods for manufacturing carbon fiber rely on high temperature ovens for the stabilization/oxidation and carbonization steps, which tend to be slow and energy intensive. As such, carbon fiber composites are expensive then steel, which limits their use in costsensitive, highvolume industrial applications such as automobiles, oil and gas,...

Phase 1 STTR

Agency: Department of Energy
Topic: 11c
Budget: 06/08/15 - 03/07/16

Carbon fibers possess high stiffness and tensile strength, are lightweight, and have high chemical and thermal resistance. These set of properties make them indispensable in multiple industries such as aerospace, civil engineering, and military. However, carbon fibers are relatively expensive compared to glass or plastic fibers, and carbon fiber...