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License to innovate

Helping UGA research benefit the broader world

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Guide to IP & Technology Transfer

An informal guide for UGA faculty, staff and students

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Innovation Fellows applications open

Program aims to encourage faculty and staff commercialization and product development

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Starting up the economy

Innovation Gateway startup program has $531M impact

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No. 1 for new products

UGA leads in technology licensing


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  • Tackling youth vaping with neuroscience
    The post Tackling youth vaping with neuroscience appeared first on UGA Research News.
  • Innovation Fellows application deadline
    Applications are now open for the spring 2020 cohort of Innovation Fellows. This program aims to encourage UGA faculty and staff to pursue their interest in commercialization and product development. Fellows will be immersed in UGA’s innovation culture and be given time to explore the connection between their research ideas and industry. In addition, each Fellow […]
  • Capturing Science deadline
    The UGA Libraries and the Office of Research invite students to enter the Capturing Science Contest, a competition to encourage STEM engagement in innovative and interdisciplinary ways. The deadline for the contest is 5 p.m. on Dec. 2. The contest, now in its third year, offers two prize categories: one for undergraduates and another for graduate […]
  • Food scientists, seafood specialist receive IAFP awards
    Two University of Georgia College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences food scientists and a seafood specialist with UGA Marine Extension and Georgia Sea Grant have been presented awards of excellence from the International Association for Food Protection. Distinguished Research Professor Emeritus Larry Beuchat, professor Francisco Diez and public service faculty member Tori Stivers were recognized at the association’s 2019 annual meeting in […]
  • FACS faculty member studies links between poverty and mental health
    Desiree Seponski hesitantly answered an ad for a nanny during her undergraduate years at Saint Mary’s College in Indiana. It was a seemingly insignificant step that proved transformative. “The couple had a beautiful marriage, and I was blown away to see people with so much kindness in their family,” Seponski said. “I thought, ‘I want to […]


Dec 4
Innovation District Seminar: Georgia Startup Ecosystem

5:30 pm

Jackson Street Building, Room 130 (Critique Space)

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