Week 3 of UGA’s Summer 2020 I-Corps cohort kicked off with the teams splitting into three breakout groups led by I-Corps teaching staff.
Week 2 of UGA’s Summer 2020 I-Corps cohort wrapped up on Monday, June 29, featuring sessions on customer segments, interview styles and techniques, and presentations by each entrepreneurial team.
Eleven UGA teams recently embarked on a six-week journey to discover the commercial viability of their ideas and innovations.
Innovation Gateway executed a license agreement with UGA startup CyanVac for technology being used by Biao He, UGA infectious diseases, to develop a possible COVID-19 vaccine.
Innovation Gateway hosted its Startup 101 program, a three-part series focused on key issues facing university startups and entrepreneurs.
The second of four events in Innovation Gateway’s annual Technology Transfer Educational Series was held last month and featured a presentation on the various resources and services available to UGA entrepreneurs and startup companies.
DaniMer Scientific and Genpak are partnering to launch a new line of biodegradable food packaging.
The Office of Research is accepting applications for the university’s Innovation Fellows Program.
The Sept. 2019 edition of the Golf Course Management magazine featured the renovation of Waiehu Golf Course using SeaStar® seashore paspalum, a salt-tolerant turfgrass cultivar developed by Paul Raymer, UGA crop and soil sciences.
The August 2019 issue of Technology Transfer Tactics featured the new digital images and artwork licensing program launched by Innovation Gateway.
Innovation Gateway published its Guide to Intellectual Property and Commercialization at UGA.
UGA startup ArunA Bio completed a $13 million common stock financing to support its neural exosome delivery platform and pipeline of neural exosome therapies.
Hang Yin, assistant professor of biochemistry and molecular biology and a member of the Center for Molecular Medicine at UGA, researches muscle stem cell biology and muscle regeneration.
Innovation Gateway executed the following agreements: Multiple license agreements for peanut varieties developed by Bill Branch, UGA crop and soil sciences.
Carol Robacker, associate professor of horticulture on the UGA Griffin campus, breeds heat- and drought-tolerant ornamental landscape plants that can thrive in urban conditions.
Innovation Gateway is hiring an assistant director of the Startup Program to support and develop the expanding pipeline of startup projects at UGA.
More than 400 unique and beautiful images emerging from university research are now available for public benefit!
Donald Harn, professor of infectious diseases and Georgia Research Alliance Distinguished Investigator, studies inflammation-based diseases as well as developing new vaccines and reagents.
The Office of Research is now accepting applications for the university’s new Innovation Fellows Program. This program is designed to support faculty who want to engage in commercialization and product development, with an eye toward fine-tuning their research programs to align with industry and market needs.
Innovation Gateway staff members sponsored and attended the 73rd annual Southeastern Turfgrass Conference on April 25 in Tifton.
ArunA Bio, an UGA startup revolutionizing neurotherapeutic development, appointed Al Medwar as Executive Vice President, Corporate and Commercial Development.
Xiaozhong “John” Yu, associate professor in the College of Public Health, received his Ph.D. in occupational and environmental toxicology from Nagoya University in Japan.
At the 10th annual Innovators’ Luncheon, held March 6 at the Georgia Center, Innovation Gateway recognized the enterprising UGA researchers who are moving their technologies and discoveries into the marketplace.
The third of four events in Innovation Gateway’s annual Technology Transfer Educational Series featured Ian Biggs, who discussed startup programs and resources at UGA. Please join us April 11 at Ciné for our fourth and final event in the series, which will feature a panel of UGA researchers and entrepreneurs sharing their licensing and startup success stories and experiences.
Patrick Conner, professor of horticulture at the UGA Tifton campus, oversees the university’s pecan and muscadine grape breeding programs.
The Innovation Gateway licensing team is moving to Tucker Hall the week of March 4, 2019.
A leader in the development of exosomes for the treatment of the central nervous system and neurodegenerative disorders, UGA startup Aruna Bio appointed Mark Sirgo as chief executive officer.
Stephen Dalton, professor and GRA Eminent Scholar of Molecular Cell Biology and director of the Center for Molecular Medicine at UGA, researches pluripotent stem cells and tissue regeneration and development.
Innovation Gateway executed an exclusive worldwide license agreement with Very Good Puzzle for microscopy images produced by the following: Stefan Eberhard, Complex Carbohydrate Research Center; Erico Formo, Georgia Electron Microsopy; Muthugapatti Kandasamy, Biomedical Microscopy Core; and Darrah Johnson-McDaniel, UGA chemistry. The Athens-based company will produce puzzles based on these images from UGA’s research program.
ECO Animal Health, a drug-development company based in London, has signed a deal for just over $1 million to license research-related innovations from the lab of Naola Ferguson-Noel, associate professor in the College of Veterinary Medicine and a researcher in the Poultry Diagnostic & Research Center.