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Researchers at the University of Georgia (@UGAResearch) work to illuminate the connection between chronic inflammation, low oxygen level and the resultant cell proliferation that begins the cancer process. Here.
Cornell University’s (@CU_TechTransfer) new Manhattan technology campus is a new beacon in the middle of the East River, attracting a national and international audience of students and technology companies. Here.
UC Berkeley (@BerkeleyIPIRA) investigators have developed novel antibody mimics leading to the production of Fc-synthetic molecule hybrids that improve pharmacokinetic properties of synthetic agents and provide them with immunological activating properties. Here.
Potential paradigm shifting point of care modular diagnostic out of Emory University (@EmoryOTT) the Acuray system is designed for the detection of biomarkers consisting with customizable sensors to perform multiple diagnostic tests, and the onboard software to analyze results. Here.
Researchers at Georgia Tech (@GTRI) are developing a micro gas chromatograph (GC) for early detection of diseases in crops which may provide farmers with an ability to quickly evaluate the health of their crops, address any possible threats, and increase yield by reducing losses. Here.
Spinouts & Startups
Encapsulife, with IP derived from Vanderbilt University (@VanderbiltCTTC) and NASA (@NASA_Technology) is approaching the longstanding challenge of converting blood glucose to insulin with a novel implantable patch. Here.
Clemson University (@ResearchCU) spinout Tetramer Technologies recently received a Phase II SIBR grant to develop and commercialize a high-temperature, highly processable optical fiber coating to enable operations above 300 degrees celsius.
Ben-Gurion University (@BengurionU) and Massachusetts Institute of Technology (@MIT_TLO) are creating a seed fund to promote and support early-stage collaborations between researchers at the two institutions. Here.
Entrepreneur Magazine (@EntMaganzie) published their 100 Brilliant Companies, picking ideas, companies, applications and inventions that have amazed the market with their unique solutions to common problems. Here.
The Cleveland Clinic’s (@CCInnovations) 2014 Medical Innovation Summit will be kicked off by the New Ventures Healthcare Challenge, where the world will be introduced to healthcare information tech companies with new and novel concepts. Apply/Register Here.
Don’t miss Boston University’s Office of Technology Development (@OTDatBU) 5th annual Tech, Drugs and Rock n’ Roll networking event, celebrating the intersection of business and science communities. Register Here.