PVCNSI’s Research Incubator and Co-working space
The vision of our incubator and co-working space is to foster the growth of small local businesses by facilitating the early stage (“proof of concept”) research and start-up companies growth. Through the collaboration with our coral farm, scientists utilizing the incubator space will have unique opportunities to conduct research in marine biology. Our goal is to augment local science and the entrepreneurial environment through these initiatives. We offer:
- Shared laboratory and equipment for environmental engineering and marine biology
- Access to scientific journals
- Professional advising services on refining business strategies and raising funds for further development
By utilizing our facilities, researchers will be relieved of any conversations about ownership of intellectual property as they develop their research towards commercialization.
Brooklyn, NY and Leverett, MA
Addonite systems are cloud based WESN (Wireless Environment Sensor Network) networks built on Microsoft Technology. Addonite system collects physical and chemical environmental data (water, air and soil) using small, low cost and low power consumption sensors which is then sent to Addonite custom software running in the cloud where it is analyzed, triaged and made available visually on smart phone.
Dr. Ljiljana Rajic
Dr. Rajic‘s research is focused on developing innovative, affordable and sustainable electrochemical technologies for water treatment including purification, desalination and reuse.
Genoverde: Since the company’s founding, the company continues to develop and optimize its platform ‘cell wall gene technologies’ using the latest tools in bioinformatics, molecular biology and plant genetics.