A good invention can set a new standard in its field, redefine what’s possible and even change lives across the world. But before any of that can happen, most inventions require patenting. 551 more words
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Interested in expanding the impact of your research, but unsure how to make it happen?
An upcoming event series hosted by the University of Minnesota’s… 468 more words
Paul Hines knew his design for a high-tech pillbox could help caregivers better manage their loved ones’ medications.
So when Hines heard about the University of Minnesota’s STARTUP course in fall 2014, the then-U of M Medical School student saw an opportunity to find out how to bring his invention from prototype to market. 870 more words
The common carp, an invasive species now prevalent in Minnesota, has been a destructive force in the state’s many lakes since it was first introduced about a hundred years ago. 1,188 more words
A new partnership aims to develop novel treatments in the fight against cancer.
Researchers at the University of Minnesota have teamed up with biopharmaceutical company Fate Therapeutics Inc. 871 more words
Technology commercialization transforms the latest breakthroughs into everyday solutions that improve our health, environment and quality of life.
At the University of Minnesota, researchers are developing inventions that aim to tackle some of society’s greatest challenges. 628 more words
A new University of Minnesota program is helping ensure the most promising new medical technologies and pharmaceuticals are ready to be brought to market.
The U’s MN-REACH program provides university-wide commercial expertise and resources to help develop and commercialize diagnostics, therapeutics, preventive medicine and medical devices. 539 more words