Innovation Gateway executed the following agreements:
Two exclusive license agreements and multiple testing and option agreements for blueberry selections developed by Scott NeSmith, UGA horticulture
15 license agreements with several research reagent companies for the transfer of 92 cell lines
Non-exclusive license agreements for two peanut cultivars developed separately by Peggy Ozias-Akins, UGA horticulture, and Bill Branch, UGA crop and soil sciences
License agreements with Mississippi State University and the University of Arkansas for UACES-DDDI, a proprietary imaging system developed at the UGA Consortium for Internet Imaging and Database Systems
License agreement with a Japanese turfgrass company for TifTuf® bermudagrass, developed by Brian Schwartz and Wayne Hanna, UGA crop & soil sciences
Innovation Gateway hosted its Startup 101 program, a three-part series focused on key issues facing university startups and entrepreneurs.
The NIH National Institute of General Medical Sciences (NIGMS) has awarded Lectenz Bio with two SBIR Phase I grants to develop fucose-binding Lectenz® and heparan sulfate-binding Lectenz®.
The Innovation District Seminar Series in January featured a “Quick Pitch” competition, where 10 teams pitched their business ideas for a chance to win up to $1,000. Please join us on March 4 for the next Innovation District event, “Articulating Innovation Industry Panel.”
Innovation Gateway exhibited at and/or attended the following conferences and trade shows: