This is the Startup Roundup. Every Wednesday morning, Technically Baltimore will put together the smaller pieces that make up our startup ecosystem.
Noxilizer Inc. is the latest life sciences company to sign a lease for space inside the University of Maryland BioPark, according to a press release from the university. As Technically Baltimore reported in November, the biotechnology firm, which manufactures equipment sterilization technology, sold its first RTS 360 Industrial NO2 Sterilizer, a device worth $250,000, to Indianpolis-based Catheter Research Inc. Noxilizer is relocating from the UMBC Research and Technology Park.
This week marks Brenda McKenzie‘s first on the job as the new president of the Baltimore Development Corporation. One of the BDC’s multiple ventures in Baltimore city is the Emerging Technology Center,
Life sciences company Clear Guide Medical LLC is preparing its first product for sale in 2014: a device used in minimally invasive ultrasound surgeries. The company, which was founded in 2010, was a commercialization spinoff from Johns Hopkins University, reports Bmore Media. Clear Guide has received investment from TEDCO.
Also named to Forbes‘ “30 Under 30” list, albeit in education, is Jeremy Johnson, co-founder of 2U, the education technology startup based in Prince George’s County that just announced a new partnership with American University, as Technically Baltimore reported earlier this month.
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