NeoFluidics, LLC was formed out of the TTU accelerator program and went through the NSF I-Corps Team program. The portfolio includes a platform microfluidic storage and dilution technology (NeoPlate). It mimics a standard microtiter well plate with the added capabilities of being able to store ultra-low volumes (nano-liter to pico-liter) with zero pipetting errors, autonomously generate serial dilutions in a wide range of magnitudes, and the ability to perform 3D cell culture. The company received seed funding from Lubbock angel investors for a beta prototype of the NeoPlate. NeoFluidics is based in Carlsbad, California.