NOBIC Team and Startups Named Local Entrepreneurship Leaders

Numerous NOBIC team members and client entreprenurs have been recognized on the 2015 Silicon Bayou 100, the annual list of the 100 most influential and active people in tech and entrepreneurship in Louisiana. The list is compiled by the community through an anonymous nomination process. In addition to NOBIC’s President Aaron Miscenich and BioFund Manager Kris Khalil, entrepreneurs were recognized from client startups including APMT, Bioceptive, AxoSim, InnoGenomics, Compliance Partners, Better Day Health, ORA Estuaries, and more.

January 15, 2016 — Read more at Silicon Bayou News

Startup APMT’s CEO Recognized by Forbes 30 Under 30

The CEO of Tulane spin-out startup Advanced Polymer Monitoring Technologies has been named to the Forbes 30 Under 30 list as a young leader in manufacturing and industry. APMT, which has grown to 12 employees in just a few years, is developing products and services for the real time monitoring and control of polymer reactions across all synthetic and natural polymer sectors. The startup aims to reduce costs, improve quality and reduce the environmental footprint of the polymer industry.


January 4, 2016 — Read more at Forbes