Rockville-based Maxtena, Bambeco, in the Fairfield area south of the Inner Harbor, and PathSensors, in the University of Maryland BioPark, received a total of $1.1 million.
- Maxtena ($560,000) develops miniature antennae for wireless devices, including satellite phones and military radios.
- Bambeco ($400,000) is an online retailer of eco-friendly furniture and other home and garden products.
- PathSensors ($200,000) has created two products that detect pathogens in the air and in food in real-time.
“With a total of $84 million to invest in the State’s best and brightest startups, we are stimulating our economy and creating jobs not just for today, but for generations to come,” said Gov. Martin O’Malley in a statement.-30-
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