Innovation Gateway executed the following agreements:
Multiple license agreements for peanut varieties developed by Bill Branch, UGA crop and soil sciences.
One testing and option agreement for ornamental selections developed by John Ruter, UGA horticulture.
One license agreement for RubyCrisp, the newest muscadine grape cultivar developed byPatrick Conner, UGA horticulture.
Two license agreements with companies in Argentina, Uruguay, and the United States for blueberry cultivars developed by Scott NeSmith, UGA horticulture.
Steve Stice, co-founder and chief scientific officer of ArunA Bio, participated on a panel, titled “Harnessing the Potential of Exosomes,” at the 2019 BIO International Convention held in Philadelphia.
An Innovation Gateway staff member spoke at a Boy Scouts of America summer camp about career opportunities and educational requirements in STEM fields.