The audio technology company emerges with $750,000 of angel funding less than a year after entering the incubator.

Dysonics, an audio technology company based on research conducted at the University of California, Davis, is the first company to secure funding after being part of the UC Davis College of Engineering’s high-tech business incubator, the Engineering Translational Technology Center.  A UC Davis building is pictured.

Dysonics has secured $750,000 in under a year of  incubation.

Harris Lewin, vice chancellor of research at UC Davis, said: "We are very pleased to see Dysonics, our first ‘graduate,’ exit with a solid financing round under its belt. We are proud of the pioneering research conducted by Professor Ralph Algazi and his colleagues in the College of Engineering that made this successful spin-off possible. UC Davis has a long track record of translating cutting-edge research into technologies with strong commercial potential, and we expect to see many more such new ventures being formed from the quality research being pursued by our faculty."

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