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SABERGRIP BRINGS THE PHYSICAL IN-HAND EXPERIENCES OF VIRTUAL FISHING, SWORD FIGHTING, AND TOOL TRAINING ONE STEP CLOSER TO REALITY

Union City, California, USA – August 20, 2020 – While the Covid-19 pandemic has affected us all, we at Tactical Haptics wish you the very best through these difficult times.  Like you, we have been […]

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Recursion and The University of Utah Launch Region’s Largest Life Science Incubator

Altitude Lab Brings New Generation of Biotech Development to Utah Recursion and The University of Utah Launch Region’s Largest Life Science Incubator SALT LAKE CITY–(August 11, 2020)–Altitude Lab announced its first resident companies and opened […]

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Request for Proposals – CARES Act Funding in Support of Covid-19 Treatments

The Utah Legislature has set aside $2M of CARES Act funding to support efforts focused on partnerships with companies developing treatments for COVID-19 antiviral development, and has charged the University of Utah with evaluating and […]

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How Keith Marmer is helping turn Salt Lake City into a tech transfer powerhouse

A podcast interview with Dragons, Gazelles, & Unicorns: http://dragons-gazelles-and-unicorns.libsyn.com/website/how-keith-marmer-is-helping-turn-salt-lake-city-into-a-tech-transfer-powerhouse Keith Marmer is the Executive Director and Associate Vice President of TVC. His strong leadership skills come from 30 years of experience as an inventor, entrepreneur […]

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BioUtah and University of Utah’s TVC Announce Startups Chosen to Pitch at the 2020 Entrepreneur & Investor Life Science Summit

Nine rising startup companies from Utah’s growing life sciences industry will present their innovations to investors during the 2020 Entrepreneur & Investor Life Science Summit on February 28, sponsored by Simpson Thacher  Salt Lake City, […]

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2020 Translational Medicine Symposium

All University of Utah faculty, staff and students are invited to the 2020 Translational Medicine Symposium on Feb. 27 at 11:30-5:00 p.m. The symposium will address how clinicians’ ideas and research results can have an […]

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Understanding the Role of Intellectual Property in the Academic Research Environment

Join TVC in welcoming Molly Kocialski, Director of the Rocky Mountain Regional United States Patent and Trademark Office, as she presents on the topic of the importance of “Understanding the Role of Intellectual Property in the Academic Research Environment”. […]

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Research Spa Day

Research Spa Day

Rejuvenate your research! Join us for Research Spa Day to meet with experts supporting researchers and the scholarly community. Light Lunch and free chair massages included. Experts in the following areas will be on hand to answer […]

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NexEos licenses novel University of Utah imaging tech for diagnosing eosinophil-related inflammation

Startup will commercialize imaging test for diagnosis and management of eosinophilic esophagitis and other chronic eosinophilic diseases Diagnosing and monitoring an inflammatory gastrointestinal disease may soon become less invasive and more accurate, thanks to the […]

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2019 Translational Medicine Symposium: Partnerships for Propelling Clinical Translation

TMS 2019

Monday, February 25, 2019 11:30 am to 5:30 pm University Guest House & Conference Center 110 South Fort Douglas Boulevard   The 2019 Translational Medicine Symposium will address how clinicians’ ideas and research results can […]

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Flex Pharma and Salarius Pharmaceuticals Announce Merger Agreement to Accelerate Clinical Development of Novel Epigenetic Therapy for Cancer

– Lead Candidate in Clinical Trial for Treating Ewing Sarcoma – – Salarius Completes $6.4 Million Private Placement – – Conference Call and Live Audio Webcast Scheduled for Today at 9:00 a.m. ET – January […]

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KOPEČEK NAMED TO NAI

University of Utah biomedical engineering Distinguished Professor Jindřich Henry Kopeček, who pioneered research in the design of polymer-drug conjugates and hydrogel biomaterials, was one of 148 academic inventors named as a Fellow of the National […]

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American and Russian universities need to keep students, to stay and grow their businesses

The international forum Student Technology Entrepreneurship is held at Tomsk Polytechnic University. Stakeholders interested in the development of youth entrepreneurship came to Tomsk to share their best practices, experience, and insights. Representatives of the federal […]

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Aqua-Yield Joins Nano Institute – Eyes Product Expansion

This university/corporate partnership is located at the university’s Nano Institute, which is overseen by co-director Dr.Hamid Ghandehari. (Aqua-Yield) (AGPRO) Five years after introducing its crop fertility products with nanotechnology, Aqua-Yield is eyeing further product development […]

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UNDER PRESSURE: RESEARCHERS SEARCH FOR NEW GLAUCOMA TREATMENTS

Barbara Van Asdlan has led an adventurous life. Using quick, active hand gestures, she explains her history as a nurse at Landstuhl Regional Medical Center, Germany. Her time in Europe sparked her love of travel […]

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Reuters Top 100: The World’s Most Innovative Universities of 2018

(Reuters) – For the fourth year running, Stanford University tops Reuters’ ranking of the World’s Most Innovative Universities, a list that identifies and ranks the educational institutions doing the most to advance science, invent new technologies […]

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How Advanced Prosthetics Turned This Man Into an ‘Emerging Cyborg’

Alec McMorris is an amputee testing out advanced prosthesis with Dr. Tommaso Lenzi at the University of Utah’s Bionic Engineering Lab. We stopped by to see how the trial is going. By S.C. Stuart October 4, 2018 […]

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Clifton Taulbert at Fulbright 2018

Clifton L. Taulbert was born in the small town of Glen Allan, Mississippi, during the era of legal segregation, where barriers to success seemed endless. Selfless mentors in the community instilled in him a sense […]

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Pepper Hamilton and University of Utah Partner To Help Innovators Commercialize New Technologies

Pepper Hamilton LLP is pleased to announce its partnership with the Center for Technology and Venture Commercialization (TVC) at the University of Utah. TVC is dedicated to commercializing new technologies and inventions from discoveries made […]

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U Selected By Schmidt Futures To Participate In Ideas Challenge Initiative

President Ruth V. Watkins announced Tuesday the University of Utah has been selected by Schmidt Futures to solicit and develop ideas for ensuring a vibrant middle class in America. The university, along with other Alliance […]

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Recursion Pharmaceuticals Receives Grant by Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation

The grant, awarded by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, represents a collaborative effort between Recursion and the Winzeler Lab at UC San Diego School of Medicine to accelerate the discovery of drugs to treat […]

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Artificial Heart: Most Famous Invention from Utah

Reader’s Digest has published the Most Famous Inventions from Every State. Interesting enough, the artificial heart was named Utah’s most famous invention. Several inventors—including Paul Winchell, who also voiced Tigger of Winnie the Pooh—had created […]

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Utah Most Entrepreneurial State, Amazon Reveals

Amazon Reveals Top 10 Most Entrepreneurial States: Utah Takes the Top Spot with California, New York, Colorado and New Jersey in the Top 5 Study ranks states based on the number of small and medium-sized […]

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USTAR Companies Recognized at 16th Annual Utah Innovation Awards

Over half a dozen Utah Science Technology and Research Initiative (USTAR) supported companies and technologies were recognized on Thursday as winners, finalists, and honorable mentions at the 16thannual Utah Innovation Awards, presented by Stoel Rives […]

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USTAR Announces Latest Round of Awards to University Researchers

The Utah Science Technology and Research Initiative (USTAR) announced the selection of eight University Technology Acceleration Grant (UTAG) awards. “These projects are a testament to Utah’s innovative spirit,” said Ivy Estabrooke, Ph.D., USTAR executive director. […]

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Research Team Receives USTAR Grant For New Lithium Battery Technology

A research group led by professor Jan D. Miller of the University of Utah’s Department of Metallurgical Engineering has received a $191,700 grant to aid the development and commercialization of a solid polymer electrolyte/electrode technology […]

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