3 businesses moving into LSU's research labs
BATON ROUGE - Three new tenants have moved or are moving into the research labs at LSU Innovation Park.
Nano Meda/Meda BioTech LLC and Ayurvedic Doc started operations in the research facility this month and Endeavor Power Technologies LLC is moving into the park next month.
Nano Meda is aimed at improving existing or new drugs by making them easier to dissolve.
Ayurvedic Doc offers an array of natural products that provide relief from ailments such as acid reflux, joint pain and high blood pressure.
Endeavor Power Technologies is an electrical and computer engineering faculty member at LSU. Endeavor is a startup company targeting software and protection equipment for power grids.
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