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A local start-up that was created when another local firm modified its technology thrust has just completed a large scale installation in a Middle Tennessee community while pursuing a second generation technology that has the potential to revolutionize the company’s business. Three-year old LED North America (LEDNA) was founded by
SecureWaters, an ORNL licensee, won the Austin portion of IBM’s SmartCamp Global Finals and is one of nine finalists in this week’s competition for designation as the IBM Global Entrepreneur of the Year.
Oak Ridge National Laboratory’s second annual Bridging the Gap (BTG) technology and commercialization event is set for March 7 and 8 at the lab with an ever evolving format. “We’re trying to focus it more and more on specific opportunities (that) are ready to be commercialized in the marketplace,” said
Five companies with ties to either Oak Ridge National laboratory (ORNL) or the Y-12 National Security Complex (Y-12) are among 14 finalists for the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) “America’s Next Top Energy Innovator” award. Three of the companies are Tennessee-based companies and include TrakLok, Inc. in Knoxville, Borla Performance
Economic development organizations in the East Tennessee region are working together in an unprecedented collaborative effort to accelerate the growth of new companies and the creation of jobs in the area. This view is held by a number of individuals including Lynn Youngs, Executive Director of the Anderson Center for
Oak Ridge National Laboratory biomedical engineers Boyd Evans and John Mueller are working to improve prosthetic fitting and design for young military amputees.