Statewide Arizona-based accelerator AZ Furnace announces its first 10 startups.

US-based technology transfer startup programme AZ Furnace Accelerator (AZ) has announced its first 10 startups, which utilise technologies from three universities in Arizona, that will participate in its business accelerator programme.

University of Arizona, Arizona State University, and Northern Arizona University, as well as healthcare provider Dignity Health Arizona, have supplied innovations to the ten chosen companies which Arizona-based AZ Furnace plans to develop into new ventures.

The startups, which will all receive $25k in seed funding from the Arizona Commerce Authority and life science accelerator BioAccel as well as incubation space throughout the state of Arizona, vary from database management to healthcare firms, and are as follows:

  • Attrometrics – supplier of cancer and disease detection systems.
  • CYMEDX – develops early detection of mitochondrial disease systems.
  • DataWare Ventures – Database management.
  • Fast PCR Diagnostics – Blood infection diagnostics.
  • IMANIN – ultrasound diagnostic tools.
  • PiVoT – Concrete manufacturer.
  • Rarus Innovations…

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