i2E continues connection with MaxQ ResearchPublished: Monday, March 23, 2020 By: Scott Meacham Source: NewsOK
i2E's connection to MaxQ Research, a Stillwater company that creates validated packaging systems for blood and other biologics, actually began with the 2012 Governor's Cup, now the Love’s Entrepreneur’s Cup, Oklahoma’s statewide collegiate business plan competition sponsored by Love's Travel Stops and Country Stores. MaxQ was one of the competing business plans.
We have been working together ever since.
Initially, CEO Saravan Kumar and the founding team of MaxQ were focused on using their proprietary, super-light insulating material in NASA satellites. But that market is small, and Dr. Kumar's vision was much bigger.
MaxQ pivoted away from insulation materials to validated packaging solutions for blood banks and hospitals — light years from the ice and foam coolers much of the industry was using. MaxQ's sophisticated packaging systems keep precise temperatures that perfectly protect lifesaving biological products like blood, vaccines, and pharmaceuticals. They are smaller and lighter, with systems specifically designed for every situation from movement of blood within a medical complex to transport in a helicopter or emergency vehicle.
Read the story on NewsOK.com.