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Biophotonic Solutions, Inc.

Develops and manufactures automated pulse shapers for the ultrafast laser community, delivering value to companies serving >$10B markets.

  • Stage $500K in TTM Revenue
  • Industry Electronics / Instrumentation
  • Location Lansing, MI, USA
  • Currency USD
  • Founded January 2003
  • Employees 7
  • Website

Company Summary

Biophotonic Solutions Inc. (BSI) is a globally-recognized innovative laser-technology company with sales just under 1 million per year. BSI owns disruptive technology that unleashes the latent capabilities of lasers, with applications in biomedical imaging, ophthalmology, mass spectrometry, and semiconductor processing. BSI’s vision is to enable and drive the transition of ultrafast lasers from the research lab into everyday applications.


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    Kiyomi Monro

    nearly two decades of experience in the Photonics Industry, with focus on Strategic Planning, Business Development, Major Account Management, Marketing, Financial Management, Fundraising and successful exit.

    Specialties: Strategic Planning and Marketing, Product Marketing, Major Account Management, Sales Management. P&L responsibility. Financial Planning. Fundraising. Successful Startup Exit.

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    Marcos Dantus
    Founder, CTO

    University Distinguished Professor, MSU, Department of Chemistry and Department of Physics and Astronomy. Received his Ph.D. in Chemistry from Caltech in 1991, his work was cited in the 1999 Nobel Prize in Chemistry. He was invited to participate at the Scientist Helping America Conference organized by DARPA and USSOCOM in 2002. Professor Dantus has 45 invention disclosures and 36 issued and pending patents.

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    J Michael Losh
    Investor/Board Member

    Mr. Losh currently serves on the Board of AMB Property Corporation, CareFusion Corporation, H.B. Fuller Corporation, Masco Corp. and TRW Automotive Corp. From July 2004 to May 2005, he served as Interim Chief Financial Officer of Cardinal Health. From 2000 until 2002, he served as non-executive Chairman of Metaldyne Corporation. From 1994 until 2000, he served as Chief Financial Officer and Executive Vice President of General Motors Corporation.


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    Jonathan Raven
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    Jonathan Blough

Previous Investors

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    Michael Losh
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    Michigan Angel Fund
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    Searle Turner