Cybersecurity company and sustainable agriculture organization join more than 50 other associate companies.
A late holiday gift for the HudsonAlpha campus as two new associate companies joined its growing list of companies on its campus. Trigon Cyber and SetaTech opened their doors on the HudsonAlpha campus late last year.
“We’d like to welcome Trigon Cyber and SetaTech to the HudsonAlpha campus,” said Carter Wells, Vice President for Economic Development at HudsonAlpha. “We look forward to working together, integrating their teams into the HudsonAlpha ecosystem.”
Trigon Cyber specializes in bringing Cyber Engineering and Model Based Systems Engineering (MBSE) to multiple industries, including biotechnology. Trigon Cyber has engineers specializing in taking projects from Bench Research and Development, through Government Compliance Requirements and on to final Full Rate Production. For more information about Trigon Cyber Inc., visit https://www.trigoncyber.com/.
SetaTech is an organization that utilizes discarded human hair fiber as a source of sustainable products for use in agriculture. The company focuses on the benefits of working with human hair fiber as the source for solutions. Smart4Growing, a trademark under parent company SetaTech, is focused on repurposing human hair for applications in sustainable, more efficient agriculture and plant growth. The company’s main goal is to provide clients with an all-natural alternative for their needs. For more information about SetaTech, visit: https://setatech.global/.
HudsonAlpha Institute for Biotechnology is a nonprofit institute dedicated to developing and applying scientific advances to health, agriculture, education and commercialization. The HudsonAlpha biotechnology campus is located in Cummings Research Park, the nation’s second-largest research park. The state-of-the-art facilities co-locate nonprofit scientific researchers with entrepreneurs and educators. HudsonAlpha is a national and international leader in genetics and genomics research and biotech education and fosters more than 50 diverse biotech companies on campus.