University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and Allychem Co. Ltd Announce Licensing Agreement to Provide Volume Quantities of MIDA Boronates
Illinois and Allychem Co. Ltd. have entered into a licensing agreement enabling AllyChem to provide volume quantities, greater than 1kg, of MIDA boronates, a class of boronic acid surrogates finding increasingly wide applications in organic synthesis.
Saving lives one animation at a time?
Scientific Animations without Borders (SAWBO), established out of the University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign (Illinois), is utilizing animated videos viewable on cell phones to educate populations in developing countries.
Where can you find chocolate goat cheese truffles, organic okra, and Ginger Gold apples in the same place? The answer is www.foodmarketmaker.com, an online marketing resource that was created by a team from University of Illinois Extension and has grown to include almost 20 states.
Xerion Advanced Battery Corp. is exploring a novel method of using nanotechnology to increase ion transport and energy extraction to produce a new electrode architecture called StructurePore. The StructurePore technology has the potential to charge electric car batteries in minutes and cell phone batteries in seconds. The company is exploring military, industrial, and consumer applications. Based on the research of Dr. Paul Braun of the College of Engineering, Xerion Advanced Battery Corp is located in Westminster, Colorado.
NAT is provided as a public service provided by the Food Science and Human Nutrition Department at the University of Illinois. The tool is intended to empower individuals to select a nutrient dense diet. Developed by Jim Painter and Chris Hewes, formerly of the College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences. http://www.myfoodrecord.com
Farmgateblog.com is a blog for Cornbelt farmers and agribusinesses. The Farmgateblog is the place to go to find integrated information across a variety of disciplines, including crop and animal sciences, ag economics, ag engineering and agricultural policy, addressing these disciplines as they meet, intersect and often intertwine to shape the environment in which the ag community lives and works.
Dioxide Materials develops and licenses new technology for CO2 remediation. This includes technology to reduce the amount of CO2 that is produced, and technology to create uses for any CO2 that is formed. The company is focused on devices that reduce the carbon footprint of homes and businesses and processes that convert waste CO2 into useful fuels and chemicals. The company aims to make homes and businesses safer and more energy efficient and to reduce the carbon footprint of US industry. Founded by Dr.
CornBoard™ is a green wood alternative that is made from biomass residue called corn stover. CornBoard takes the abundant and underutilized cornstover biomass material and turns it into a new building material that is an economical and environmentally responsible alternative to pressed wood products. The company has already launched a line of longboards and outdoor furnishings and has plans to expand into the construction industry. The CornBoard technology was developed by Drs.
Text IE is currently working on products and solutions leveraging the founders’ expertise in the areas of machine learning; natural language processing; information extraction and text mining. Founded by Dr. Dan Roth of the College of Engineering, the company is located in the University of Illinois Research Park.
InnovoSoy, Inc. is an Illinois corporation established in 2009 dedicated to developing powerful and easy-to-use data visualization applications. Innovosoy provides users with practical and cost-effective solutions to understand complex and dynamic datasets such as population and income growth, and the production, consumption, and income elasticities of key commodities. Dr. Peter Goldsmith of the College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences is the founder of Innovosoy; the company is located in the University of Illinois Research Park.