QuickGel Magnet

Earth-​​Based Startup Gets a Boost from Space

November 1, 2013 Along with associate professor of chemical engineering Shashi Murthy, Sean Kevlahan, pictured, a former graduate student in Murthy’s lab, founded Quad Technologies.  The company, which produces a compound, pictured here, that enables cost effective separation of stem cells from other material using a magnet, has been named one of the top 26 global finalists at the global …

Sean Kevlahan, Shashi Murthy

Northeastern Biotech Startup Named Finalist in Global Competition

October 17, 2013 On their first day of grad­uate school at North­eastern, Sean Kevlahan told Adam Hatch of his ambi­tious vision: Hatch would invent some­thing amazing, and Kevlahan would help him sell it. Four years later, their biotech­nology startup Quad Tech­nolo­gies has made it to the final round of the pres­ti­gious 2013 Mass­Chal­lenge, an annual global startup com­pe­ti­tion that this …

MC Challenge

Quad Technologies Named Top-26 in the Boston MassChallenge

October 15, 2013 MassChallenge is designed to catalyze a global renaissance by connecting high-impact startups with the resources they need to launch and succeed. MassChallenge on Tuesday named the 26 companies who will get a shot at $1.5 million in prize money to be handed out at the startup accelerator’s awards ceremony Oct. 30…Read More View our video here.   …

Quad Technologies LLC featured in Northeastern University’s Lab-to-ventures.

January 29, 2013 Doc­toral stu­dent Sean Kevlahan took the course and then co-​​founded Quad Tech­nolo­gies with Shashi Murthy, an asso­ciate pro­fessor of chem­ical engi­neering, and fellow PhD can­di­dates Brian Plouffe and Adam Hatch. Founded in 2012, Quad Tech­nolo­gies aims to com­mer­cialize a unique dis­solv­able hydrogel devel­oped in Murthy’s lab. The gel’s prop­er­ties make it a pow­erful tool to address a wide …