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Codagenix, SUNY RF ink exclusive licensing deal

A year of big steps has led to one giant leap for Codagenix. Stony Brook University, through the Research Foundation for the State University of New York, has entered into an exclusive licensing agreement with the Farmingdale-based biotech to commercialize a platform technology aiming to create a “pipeline of live attenuated vaccines” against viral infections attacking humans and other animals. The exclusive licensing agreement, announced Wednesday, involves technology developed in the laboratory of Eckard Wimmer,…


On time (and on budget, FYI) with Mobileware

By GREGORY ZELLER // An innovative Long Island software company is about to relaunch its flagship personal-budgeting app – one of the first downloads ever made available for the original iPhone. Not only that, but Stony Brook-based FYI Mobileware Inc. – actually, spinoff Mobileware, sans the “FYI” – is also working hard to push its popular community-based transit-scheduling apps into new markets, with a Philadelphia beta run coming soon. Yun Zhang, CEO and founder of…


Solving the power puzzle, by land, sea and air

By GREGORY ZELLER // Wind energy won’t save the world. Neither will wave energy or other forms of hydroelectric generation. So says Daniel Farb, founder of Leviathan Energy, a startup that focuses, naturally, on wind, wave and hydroelectric generation. Individually, none of these alternative-energy mainstays can solve humanity’s power puzzle – but together, according to the CEO, they can form a supplementary backbone that redefines how humans turn on the lights. Farb – part inventor, part…