SAB Capra Partnered with USU* for this project.
This project focuses on targeted human immunoglobulin to treat infectious diseases and aims to find less expensive antibody production and potential to increase consistency in batches of therapeutics.
SAB Capra, LLC. is a privately-held, emerging bioscience company developing targeted human polyclonal antibodies for use in diagnostics and testing, immunotherapeutics and personalized medicine applications. The company is advancing its novel antibody production platform leveraging transgenic goats utilizing some of the most advanced polyclonal science in the world.
The company is a Utah-based wholly owned subsidiary of SAB Biotherapeutics, Inc. a clinical-stage biopharmaceutical company developing human antibody therapeutics using its first-of-its-kind natural human immunotherapy platform leveraging transgenic animals genetically designed to produce large amounts of human polyclonal antibodies in response to a target disease.
*grant funds are awarded to the university partner and matched by the industry partner.
Learn more at sabcapra.com
WesTech partnered with USU for this project.
WesTech offers equipment and working solutions for water, wastewater and industrial applications. The USTAR IPP grant funds development of a commercial algal application in the removal of nitrogen and phosphorus from municipal wastewater.
Learn more at www.westech-inc.com
L3 Technologies partnered with USU for this project.
The goal of this project is to improve UAV and drone performance. The antenna for UAVs like Predator and Global Hawk is located in the front in a bulky cavity and smaller drones don’t have room for an onboard antenna.
Learn more at www.l3t.com
Electric Power Systems Partnered with USU for this project.
EP Systems announced relocation to Utah specifically to take advantage of the USTAR Industry Partnership Program, as well as other state programs and opportunities such as working with scientists and engineers at USU. Electric Power Systems announced they will expand manufacturing to Logan Utah, bringing a potential 128 jobs over seven years. EP Systems manufactures lithium-ion energy storage systems that utilize software controls and packaging elements to provides Highly Reliable custom High Voltage battery systems.
Learn more at ep-sys.net
Stephen Whitmore’s recent research focus at USU is on the development of piloted simulation models for lunar-return lifting reentry vehicles, with an emphasis of developing high-precision low-dispersion footprint techniques for lifting aero-capture and aero assist.
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