A consortium of US-based angel investors are planning to develop an incubator for tech transfers from New Mexico University.

The New Mexico Angels (NMA), a group of more than 76 angel investors based in and around Albuquerque, New Mexico, has unveiled plans to build a startup incubator for technologies spun out from University of New Mexico (UNM).

The incubator, called The Startup Factory, has already taken up options for two technologies, ultra-fast optical receivers and a method to encapsulate fungi, from UNM. Two more, a dissolvable oral strip for food burns and a method to increase analysis rates of…

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