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Name: Arcademics Inc.

Arcademics Inc. develops online educational video games for school children to learning basic math, language arts, vocabulary, and thinking skills. The company’s goal is to make classroom instruction as effective in creating persistence and involvement as observed in video game players. The games are a result of utilizing video game features into instructional research in order to achieve a high rate of student learning through increased time-on-task and engagement. Students are given immediate feedback and appear to learn faster in this environment.


Name: Cadstone, Inc.
Cadstone, Inc. was formed with the specific purpose of pursuing the substantial business opportunity available in commercializing services, training, and a suite of electronic design automation development tools. This foundation is being developed around the next generation system level design language currently emerging as an industry standard. Initially, Cadstone will provide innovative solutions to current SoC (system on a chip) design problems facing the semi-conductor and CAD (computer aided design) industries.

Name: Cancer Survivorship Training, Inc

Cancer Survivorship Training, Inc. is a provider of online and mobile resources and education to health care professionals to help them better treat and advise cancer survivors.


Name: Computerized Assessments and Learning

Computerized Assessments and Learning has created the most up-to-date computerized assessment platform available in the country today. In 2006 alone, our system delivered 2.7 million computer-based tests. In partnership with the University of Kansas (KU) Center for Educational Testing and Evaluation (CETE), the CAL computerized assessment system has been shaped to meet the needs of both educators and students and to accommodate varying content areas (mathematics, English language arts, science, and social studies).

Name: CritiTech, Inc.

CritiTech, Inc. has licensed KU patented technologies related to Super Critical Fluid (SCF) particle-size reduction techniques for pharmaceuticals. These technologies include methods and apparatus to produce nanoparticles, methods for SCF precipitation, and a harvesting apparatus for size-selective separation of nanoparticles.



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