The Maryland Technology Development Corp. said Tuesday that it has awarded nearly $1.13 million in funds to 15 Maryland start-ups.
The companies received $75,000 each from TEDCO's Maryland Technology Transfer and Commercialization Fund, a program designed to bring technology into the marketplace.
The 15 start-ups that received funds include: AccuStrata, Inc.; Applied Plasma Science, LLC; Branchpoint Technologies, LLC; Combined Technology Solutions
, LLC; Creatv Microtech, Inc.; EncephRX, Inc.; Euveda Biosciences, Inc.; Fuzbien Technology Institute, Inc.; GM Biosciences, Inc.; OmniSpeech, LLC; OptiCul Diagnostics, Inc.; SemaConnect, Inc.; TreeMiner, Inc.; Video Semantics, LLC and VisiSonics Corporation.
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