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Victoria University to offer outside parties free, simple access to its IP

Tech Transfer eNews Blog - August 10, 2016 - 10:52am

Victoria University of Wellington in New Zealand will offer licenses to its technologies for free as part of an effort to boost innovation in the region. The Easy Access IP (EAIP) program will provide local companies and non-government organizations with cost-free, simple access to research and technologies developed at Victoria. The university’s tech transfer arm […]

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Indiana U to launch a new, alumni-backed start-up fund

Tech Transfer eNews Blog - August 10, 2016 - 10:50am

Indiana University (IU) is planning to launch an alumni-backed venture fund that would support start-ups emerging from the university. According to Tony Armstrong, president and CEO of the IU Research and Technology Corporation, the fund would allow IU alumni across the globe to make tax-deductible donations to assist university start-ups. The funds would go toward […]

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Washington State U licenses gene editing technology that will help keep cattle disease-free

Tech Transfer eNews Blog - August 10, 2016 - 10:47am

Global animal genetics company Genus has licensed a gene editing technology from Washington State University (WSU) that could make cattle more resistant to bovine respiratory disease (BRD). Caused by a combination of stress and viral and bacterial infections, BRD is especially dangerous for calves and is the primary cause of cattle death in the U.S. […]

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Boston U diabetes treatment start-up becomes first to hit $1M crowdfunding limit

Tech Transfer eNews Blog - August 10, 2016 - 10:42am

A start-up developing an “artificial pancreas” for diabetes has become the first start-up to raise $1 million under the SEC’s new equity crowdfunding rules. Boston University (BU) start-up Beta Bionics sold shares on the crowdfunding portal Wefunder, which like other similar sites is taking advantage of securities regulations that, starting in May, have let private […]

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How universities can focus their patenting on technologies with the highest potential

Tech Transfer eNews Blog - August 10, 2016 - 10:35am

In their recent article for Times Higher Education, Bruno Reynolds and Ben Oakley of Oxford University’s commercialization arm Isis Enterprise address a common dilemma at tech transfer offices: whether to kill or pursue patent applications for technologies with unknown commercial potential. According to data from the Association of University Technology Managers (AUTM), the U.S. tech […]

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Library of royalty rate benchmarking references

Tech Transfer eNews Blog - August 10, 2016 - 10:31am

2Market Information Inc., publisher of Tech Transfer eNews, offers a wealth of benchmarking resources filled with real-world royalty rates, license fees, milestone payments and other deal terms. Click on the titles below for detailed information, including tables of contents, and to order: Royalty Rates for Technology, 6th Edition Royalty Rates for Technology: Medical Devices and […]

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Arizona State licenses innovative restorative treatment for stroke patients

Tech Transfer eNews Blog - August 10, 2016 - 10:28am

Cerevast Medical, a developer of treatments for neurological disorders, has licensed a number of technologies from Arizona State University (ASU) for use in a series of innovative post-stroke rehabilitation devices. Developed by ASU researcher Jamie Tyler, the technologies relate to Transcranial Ultrasound Therapy (TUS), which transmits ultrasonic energy into the motor cortex region of the […]

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NYU launches city’s first incubator devoted to AI start-ups

Tech Transfer eNews Blog - August 10, 2016 - 10:26am

The Tandon School of Engineering at New York University (NYU) is launching an accelerator program that will recruit five artificial intelligence (AI) start-ups to the school’s Varick Street Incubator. The AI NexusLab will be the city’s first accelerator devoted to AI technology, and it will connect the start-ups to NYU’s academic resources while providing the […]

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Harvard start-up develops pocket-sized device that analyzes unknown liquids immediately

Tech Transfer eNews Blog - August 10, 2016 - 10:22am

A Harvard University start-up has developed a pocket-sized device that can perform instant, in-field analyses of the chemical make-up of unknown liquids. Co-founded by Harvard scientists and engineers, Validere has raised an initial round of seed capital and has signed a worldwide exclusive licensing agreement with Harvard. The start-up aims to turn the licensed technology, […]

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Comings and goings

Tech Transfer eNews Blog - August 10, 2016 - 10:18am

•  Ohio State University (OSU) has chosen tech transfer leader Dr. Dipanjan “DJ” Nag to serve as associate vice president of technology commercialization. Nag has served in executive tech transfer roles at Rutgers University, the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, and for the Association of University Technology Managers. Nag has also worked to build innovation ecosystem in […]

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Wilmington announces Minority Business Development Program - WDEL 1150AM

Bing Search on Minority Business News - July 31, 2012 - 11:23pm

A new program is aimed at helping minority-owned businesses in Wilmington. The city Tuesday announced the Minority Business Development Program, a 5-point strategy including creation of business-development zones, low-interest loans, gap financing ...

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Minority business group hosts Windows to Opportunity - Gaston Gazette

Bing Search on Minority Business News - July 31, 2012 - 6:22pm

Networking is great, say leaders in Gaston’s Diversified Business Professional Association. But this group is chiefly interested in creating concrete business opportunities for their communities. They’ll tackle the issue in a meeting open to ...

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New Charlottesville Venture to Make Second Street Green - NBC 29 News

Bing Search on Minority Business News - July 30, 2012 - 8:39pm

Toan Nguyen, the owner of C'ville Coffee, and Bernard Whitsett, a financial consultant and the chair of the Charlottesville Regional Chamber of Commerce Minority Business Council, plan to create what they are calling the Green Dot Collaborative in an empty ...

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Santa Clara Business Expo Promotes New & Upcoming Opportunities for Local Suppliers - Marketwatch

Bing Search on Minority Business News - July 30, 2012 - 8:04pm

2012 NCMSDC Minority Business Opportunity Expo tickets are available for purchase until August 1 at http://2012ncmsdcexpo.eventbrite.com/

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Santa Clara Business Expo Promotes New & Upcoming Opportunities for Local Suppliers - Marketwatch

Bing Search on Minority Business News - July 30, 2012 - 8:04pm

2012 NCMSDC Minority Business Opportunity Expo tickets are available for purchase until August 1 at http://2012ncmsdcexpo.eventbrite.com/

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Merlene Davis: Minority business expo offers opportunities not to be missed - Worldnews.com

Bing Search on Minority Business News - July 30, 2012 - 6:45pm

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Santa Clara Business Expo Promotes New & Upcoming Opportunities for Local Suppliers - Yahoo Finance

Bing Search on Minority Business News - July 30, 2012 - 6:16pm

2012 NCMSDC Minority Business Opportunity Expo tickets are available for purchase until August 1 at http://2012ncmsdcexpo.eventbrite.com/. About NCMSDC Founded in 1978, NCMSDC is a non-profit dedicated to promoting minority participation in the ...

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Businessman Jonathan Lee to run for Jackson mayor - Jackson Clarion-Ledger

Bing Search on Minority Business News - July 30, 2012 - 3:17pm

the Mississippi Minority Business Alliance, Farish Street YMCA, and several others. He believes that it will take all of us working towards a collective vision to reach Jackson’s full potential: Greatness.

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JHT Inc. forms game development sub-division, releases new mobile game - The Business Journal

Bing Search on Minority Business News - July 30, 2012 - 1:59pm

JHT Inc., founded in 1990, is a service-disabled, veteran-owned minority business that is headquarted in Central Florida Research Park and employs more than 370 across North America. It provides services in computer and Web-based instruction ...

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Minority-Owned Businesses Come Up Short in Access to Capital: It's Time to Change the Equation for MBEs - Forbes

Bing Search on Minority Business News - July 30, 2012 - 9:55am

But the “buck” (or lack thereof) doesn’t stop with women. Limited access to financing also restricts the ability of minority business enterprises (MBEs) to achieve viability, generate new jobs and, in general, fulfill their potential to ...

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