In R.I., deep-tech firms struggle to find support

ON THE EDGE: Selahaddin Gumus, left, and Dana Biechele-Speziale are co-founders of deep-tech startup AtomICs Inc., which is developing molecular-level data storage that allows more information to be stored in a smaller amount of space, more sustainably and for longer periods of time. Biechele-Speziale is holding an aluminum plate that inserts into and is read by the mass spectrometer behind them. 
PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO
ON THE EDGE: Selahaddin Gumus, left, and Dana Biechele-Speziale are co-founders of deep-tech startup AtomICs Inc., which is developing molecular-level data storage that allows more information to be stored in a smaller amount of space, more sustainably and for longer periods of time. Biechele-Speziale is holding an aluminum plate that inserts into and is read by the mass spectrometer behind them. 
PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

AtomICs Inc., a startup founded at Brown University, chases an ambitious concept: molecular-level data storage that’s small and durable enough to revolutionize the market. Co-founded by a small team of doctoral researchers and professors, AtomICs has already won plenty of local recognition: in just one year, the startup took top honors in Cox Business’ 2022

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