HTC Current Client Company & Graduate Company News 2015

 

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2015 HTC Graduates: 

  • Medical Adhesive Revolution
  • PF Waterworks

Press coverage from 2015: 

AdSorcery Aims To Circumvent Ad Blockers

HTC Graduate, Castle Biosciences Inc., Closes $11.7 Million Tranche of $20 Million Financing

OrthoAccel Technologies, Inc, HTC Graduate, cuts time patients must wear braces

HTC Client Company Rheidiant covered Thrivewire - 'Daydreaming Of The American Dream? Murat Ocalan Is Living It Every Day'

Two HTC Clients, Rheidiant and Amros, selected as 'Top Ten Most Promising Startups' at the Rice Alliance Energy and Cleantech Venture Forum. 

Former HTC Client Company, DNAtrix, announces phase 2 of Immuno-Oncology Collaboration in Patients with Aggressive form of Brain Cancer. 

Procyrion, former HTC Client Company, nets $10M to Develop Circulatory Support Device via Xconomy

Pulmotect Inc. (HTC Graduate) receives $3 million grant from the National Institutes of Health.

Integrated Bionics, Inc. (Current HTC Client) launches product website for HeadsUp Headband

Former HTC Clients & Graduates included in the first TMCx class 

Medical Adhesive Revolution, HTC Client, interviewed for Xconomy for their wound sealing therapy

Former HTC Client, Procyrion, wins the Prezi People's Choice Award at Hatch Pitch an official South by South West (SXSW) pitch competition 

Former HTC Client, Rebellion Photonics, interviewed by CBS News for their high-tech video camera that sees gas leaks as they happen

Forbes interviews Rebellion Photonics, Former HTC Client, for an article on their technology and how the oil and gas industry is responding to visually seeing gas leaks at their work sites

PF Waterworks, HTC Client, and Nurtured by Design, former HTC client, selected as finalists for Marketer of the Year hosted by AMA Houston. 

Voxofon, HTC Graduate, Named One of the Fastest Growing Technology Companies in Houston for Second Consecutive Year

Integrated Bionics, HTC client company, interviewed by Texas Startup Podcast