Recent News

TENANT: Intelinair

Granatus Ventures, an Armenian based venture capital firm, has made an investment in EnterpriseWorks startup, IntelinAir. 

IntelinAir creates an intelligence system, AgMRI, that provides farmers actionable in-season insights through aerial imagery analytics. AgMRI is able to detect emergence issues, weeds, nutrient deficiencies, outbreaks, infestations and more. 


This year, Research Park occupancy reached an all-time high at a staggering 97 percent. With the welcoming of more agricultural, financial services, and global companies, collaboration between innovative businesses, students and faculty have never been greater. Research Park is now home to 110+ companies and employs more than 600 student interns.


AgFunder News highlights 20 remote sensing startups, sorted by their main sources of data such as satellites, drones, airplanes, and ground-based sensors.

EnterpriseWorks graduate Agrible is named one of the most prominent players that rely on a combination of drone/airplane-based imagery. Agrible focuses on providing innovative science that farmers and ag companies can use easily every day to improve their production with cloud-based delivery systems, their core offering being the Morning Farm Report.


Inprentus, a recent EnterpriseWorks gradute, has announced this week that it has been selected to participate in a project by NASA. 

TENANT: PhotoniCare | CATEGORY: Enterpriseworks

PhotoniCare, Inc. was chosen as one of ten companies to participate in the Young Enterprise Initiative (YEi) Start in France program.


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TENANT: PhotoniCare

PhotoniCare, Inc. was invited to attend the Hello Tomorrow Global Summit on October 26-27 in Le Centquatre, Paris, France. Hello Tomorrow is a global organization which gathers together a community of the world’s brightest talents to propel collaborations between entrepreneurs, executives, and investors, to bring breakthrough technology to market. More than 3,000 science influencers and international leaders will come together at the Global Summit to explore the latest deep-tech trends and facilitate qualitative connections.

TENANT: Huawei

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Becky Fuller, an associate professor in the Department of Animal Biology at the University of Illinois, discusses her application BassVision with The News-Gazette. BassVision shows fishers how their lures appear to the fish, which increases the likelihood of them getting a leg or a fin up on a largemouth bass.

TENANT: Syngenta

Jim Mellon from Syngenta and Liudmila Mainzer from the National Center for Supercomputing Applications (NCSA) at the University of Illinois, describe how their partnership is paving the way for Syngenta to solve some of the leading challenges for agriculture, such as how to feed a growing population when land for farming is limited. 

NCSA provides Syngenta with high-reporting computing resources to help scientists tackle these issues.