Nov 30th, 2015 Discovery could open door to freezing tissues, whole organsONAMI member sesearchers in the College of Engineering at Oregon State University have discovered a new approach to “vitrification,” or ice-free cryopreservation, that could ultimately allow a much wider use of extreme cold to preserve tissues ... Read More >>

Nov 25th, 2015 Wired Magazine stares at anti-reflective coatingsONAMI Member Researcher Chih-hung Chang's work on anti-reflective coating caught the eye of Wired Magazine. See what they saw in the video "How moth eyes Inspired the camera lens." ... Read More >>

Nov 12th, 2015 Researchers identify new storage tech for concentrated solar power plantsOregon State University ONAMI members researchers and collaborators at the University of Florida have developed a new storage technology that could enable ... Read More >>

Oct 30th, 2015 ONAMI gap fund companies win PBJ 2015 Oregon Manufacturing AwardsONAMI gap funding program companies Valliscor, LLC and Energy Storage Systems, Inc. have been named winners of Portland Business Journal’s 2015 Oregon Manufacturing Awards. Valliscor won Manufacturer of the Year, and ESS ... Read More >>

Oct 28th, 2015 Robot with the most human-like gaitONAMI member researcher Jonathan Hurst and members of Oregon State University's Dynamic Robotics Laboratory have developed a robot that mimics human walking dynamics and promises a revolution in robotic locomotion. Based on the so called "spring-mass" concept ... Read More >>

Oct 8th, 2015 ONAMI gap company ESS secures $3.2M in new investmentEnergy Storage System Inc. has closed a Series A Round led by Pangaea Ventures to commercialize its All-Iron Redox Flow Battery (IFB). The company is ready to begin commercializing a storage battery for solar and wind power. ONAMI provided ESS with its first significant infusion of startup ... Read More >>

Oct 6th, 2015 ONAMI member researcher wins $800K in NSF fundingOSU professor Mas Subramanian will soon embark on highly significant scientific research and discovery after winning two prestigious highly competitive National Science Foundation (NSF) grants. Subramanian and his research team were awarded a three-year ... Read More >>

Oct 1st, 2015 ONAMI portfolio company Nemametrix chosen as Bend Venture Conference rowth state finalistNemaMetrix, an ONAMI gap company offering an early stage drug discovery platform competed against nine others in the first round of the "Growth Stage" category and was just announced as one of five finalists who ... Read More >>

Sep 30th, 2015 ONAMI gap company Dune Sciences takes the funk outdeFUNKit is Dune Sciences' novel fabric treatment that can be applied to activewear clothing to prevent odor-causing bacteria from growing — ideally, allowing runners or athletes to wear shirts several times before needing to be washed ... Read More >>

Sep 30th, 2015 ONAMI researcher co-developer of WiFi 10xResearchers at OSU have developed a new technology that can increase the bandwidth of WiFi systems by 10 times, using LED lights to transmit information. ONAMI member researcher Alan Wang ... Read More >>

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