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Apr 7th, 2016 ONAMI gap fund company ESS helps partner wine with renewable energy The ESS plant was bustling with activity earlier this week as a new All-Iron Flow Battery system left the dock on its way to the Stone ... Read More >>

Mar 1st, 2016 ONAMI gap fund company Inpria lands 2 more high-flying investorsSemiconductor materials company Inpria, one of ONAMI's first gap fund grant recipients, has snagged two new industry investors joining the company’s already big name backers. Air Liquide Venture Capital, the investing arm of global industrial ... Read More >>

Feb 25th, 2016 ONAMI front and center on the Golden Mole Award shortlistFrom over 300 submissions, an ONAMI member researcher and an ONAMI gap fund company have made this year's shortlist of 12 Golden Mole Award nominees. The Golden Mole Award from National Public Radio's Skunk Bear celebrates moments of serendipity in science. ... Read More >>

Jan 21st, 2016 OSU and Amorphyx display technologyAn ONAMI member researcher at Oregon State Univesrsity and Amorphyx, an ONAMI gap fund program company, headline the Jan/Feb 2016 issue of the "Society for Information Display." Our edited version of the journal ... Read More >>

Jan 21st, 2016 ONAMI gap fund program company, ONAMI Board of Director take top awards at 2016 Celebrate CorvallisRich Carter and Mike Standen, co-founders of Valliscor, an ONAMI gap fund company, were awarded "Entrepreneur of the Year," and ONAMI Board member Tim Weber, manager of the Hewlett-Packard Corvallis site was named Business Person of the Year; ... Read More >>

Jan 15th, 2016 Sequel Spinoffs: A look at the next projects of Oregon professor-preneursWe hear from four Oregon professors at the helm of spinoff companies about the challenges and benefits of launching a company from within the halls of academia. ... Read More >>

Jan 15th, 2016 Oregon startups are more than just soft(ware)An old HP colleague of mine starting a microelectronics miniaturization company (for wearables, etc.) in Sunnyvale likes to refer to the Bay Area as "Coder Valley"--not so much silicon there these days (though there ... Read More >>

Dec 2nd, 2015 Breakthrough in physics of photonic sinteringONAMI researchers at Oregon State University have made a breakthrough in understanding the physics of photonic ‘sintering’, which could lead to advances in solar cells, flexible electronics, sensors and other high-tech products printed onto something as simple as a sheet of paper or plastic. Sintering is the fusing of nanoparticles to form a solid, ... Read More >>

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 >>

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