Exciton Technologies Inc. Makes Turn to Profitability

Take it from Exciton Technologies founder and President Rod Precht.

Success, he would suggest, does not happen overnight.

In Exciton Technologies case, the silver wound-care dressing manufacturer based in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, success has been some 10 years in the making.

The long-time TEC Edmonton client and TEC Centre tenant has inked a pivotal expansion of its license […]

By |March 22nd, 2016|TEC Clients, Uncategorized|0 Comments

A Positive Change In Silver Technology

As the company ramps up, Exciton’s wound-management technology is attracting attention as an innovative way to reduce pain and promote healing. Direct marketing, clinical research and the signings of major license and distribution agreements have caught everyone’s attention.

Exciton’s bandages and wound coverings, with a unique silver ingredient (Ag. Oxysalts) and a proprietary line of exsalt® […]

By |July 17th, 2015|TEC Clients|0 Comments

Persistence pays off for Alvin Xu and AltaCarbon

Alvin (Shaochen) Xu is the stuff entrepreneurs are made of.

Still in his ’20s, facing a multitude of challenges, he continues to grow his promising new technology-based company AltaCarbon Inc. step by step.

The young man, a University of Alberta graduate in 2012, is working several jobs, looking for investors, looking for lab space, doing whatever it […]

Nano-computing potential at University of Alberta attracts Lockheed Martin

The future of computing just might be located on the fourth floor of the National Institute for Nanotechnology Building on the University of Alberta campus, in the headquarters of Quantum Silicon Inc, or QSi.

QSi is the commercialization vehicle for some 30 years of research by nano-science researcher and physics professor Dr. Robert Wolkow.

Dr. Wolkow’s expertise […]

By |November 24th, 2014|TEC Clients, Technology Management, University of Alberta|0 Comments