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Give your tech venture the time and space to fully develop and succeed.

Access industry mentors and our Entrepreneurs-in-Residence to guide you on your startup journey.

Immerse yourself in a peer community in which ventures help one another succeed.

HATCH is here to advance entrepreneurial innovations developed by the UBC community.

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UBC and HATCH

“ExcelSense believes e@UBC and HATCH, through their support, play an absolutely key role in venture building… nurturing useful innovation, creating fulfilling jobs, and in turn, contributing to the Canadian economy.”

– Nima Nabavi, CEO, ExcelSense Technologies

GREAT
COMPANIES ARE
BUILT AT HATCH.

BE ONE OF THEM.

A&K Robotics is creating a robotic navigation platform for use in indoor environments where GPS and other autonomous navigation systems cannot work.

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Acuva Technologies Acuva develops portable water purification systems that employ novel low-power UV- LED.

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AVA Technologies is a food technology startup that makes electronic micro-gardens for home and commercial use.

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ExcelSense Technologies allows industrial optics such as cameras to self-clean in harsh industrial environments.

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lIlusense’s ultra-high resolution, laser-based internal oil and gas pipeline inspection technology can identify pinhole leaks for proactive maintenance.

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LET’S is developing a long-range wireless server that provides web-based resources in developing communities without internet connectivity.

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Microdermics’ hollow microneedle platform provides a reliable, painless, and cost- effective means of delivering therapeutics and vaccines.

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Moovee Innovations leverages data communications to enhance transportation safety, for both autonomous and conventional vehicles.

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Sonic Incytes is developing portable ultrasound imaging technology for the diagnosis of liver disease.

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Tesseraz is creating a proprietary process to produce a clear, structural polymer composite material that could be used as a glass window replacement.

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Vital Mechanics Research simulates the behaviour of skin-like materials, and soft tissues that move in close contact.

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