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Written by William Kosileski.
The National Council of Entrepreneurial Tech Transfer has ranked two Ohio State startup companies among its list of Best University Startups of 2016
The two companies, Neurxstem Inc. and 3Bar Biologics Inc., which launched based on research done at OSU, were recognized along with 34 other startups from across the nation by NCET2, a membership organization for those involved in university-linked startups from top research universities in the country. The two companies were honored in Washington, D.C. on Tuesday for the council’s University Startups Demo Day.
“I think (the selection of the two companies) is a big recognition of the quality work that our faculty are doing,” said Matt McNair, vice president of economic and corporate engagement at OSU. “We have some people here on campus that are doing groundbreaking research that is going to change the world.”
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Originally published September 21, 2016.