ADOH Scientific, LLC, GeoGraph Technologies, LLC, Infintium Fuel Cell Systems, Inc., and LifeTagger LLC have been accepted as South Carolina Research Authority (SCRA) Member Companies. As Member Companies, they will receive coaching, access to experts in SCRA’s Resource Partner Network, and the potential to be considered for an investment from SCRA’s affiliate, SC Launch, Inc. Existing Member Company, Hirodika Biosciences, Inc., has been approved for additional grant funding.
ADOH Scientific, LLC has been accepted as an SCRA Member Company. The Mount Pleasant-based startup is building a new category of assessment tools and predictive analytics to identify behavioral health risks and positively influence outcomes. AHOH insights can produce earlier detection and better patient engagement, clinical outcomes, adherence, and transition of care.
GeoGraph Technologies, LLC has been accepted as an SCRA Member Company. The Clemson -based startup provides tools and expertise to map and manage the power and potential of smart fiber broadband networks with ease.
Infintium Fuel Cell Systems, Inc. has been accepted as an SCRA Member Company. The Greer-based startup is an original designer and manufacturer of zero emission hydrogen power cells for motion applications. Infintium is revolutionizing what hydrogen power can achieve by introducing the material handling industry’s first data recorder that provides users with real-time data on vehicle performances.
LifeTagger, LLC has been accepted as an SCRA Member Company. The Summerville area-based startup developed a messaging platform that allows users to share content based on their proximity to any person, place, thing, or idea. Businesses can get the best content to new and existing customers using their real-time marketplace, making it easier to engage with their intended audiences.
Hirodika Biosciences, Inc., an existing SCRA Member Company, has been approved for a second $25,000 Academic Startup Grant. The Charleston-based startup is producing a new bioactive biopolymer for use in cell protection and as a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory for radiation oncology. This development promises to improve a patient’s quality of life and generate cost savings.
SCRA welcomes new Member Companies!
Grant funding is made possible, in part, by Industry Partnership Fund (IPF) contributions that fuel the state’s innovation economy. Contributors to the IPF receive a dollar-for-dollar state tax credit, making it a no-cost way to help one of the fastest growing segments of the South Carolina economy. Member Company grants create a direct, positive economic effect and job creation.
Chartered in 1983 by the State of South Carolina as a public, nonprofit corporation, South Carolina Research Authority (SCRA) fuels South Carolina’s innovation economy through the impact of its four programs. SC Academic Innovations provides funding and support to advance translational research and accelerate the growth of university-based startups. SC Facilities offers high-quality laboratory and administrative workspaces for technology-based startups and academic institutions. SC Industry Solutions facilitates and funds partnerships between and among startups, industry, and academia. SC Launch mentors and funds technology-based startups that may also receive investments from SCRA’s investment affiliate, SC Launch, Inc.