Fiscal year 2014 marked the best year to date for technology commercialization at the University of Arizona, the UA's Tech Launch Arizona office reported Thursday.
The UA's Intellectual Property Policy plays a key role in the commercialization process, and the campus community is being invited to weigh in on proposed revisions to that policy.
The Science of Baseball, an academic STEM curriculum for middle schoolers developed at the UA College of Engineering, has now been licensed to a startup, Science of Sport, to distribute it world-wide.
This month, the AUTM Better World Project spotlight is on the Medication Management Center, a service developed at the UA College of Pharmacy.
UA start-up Acomni, LLC to commercialize new thermostat add-on that reliably predicts electricity costs, putting consumers in control of balancing their comfort and budget.
Codelucida, a new start-up company based on technology developed in the UA Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering and the University of Cergy-Pontoise, aims to bring new levels of accuracy and efficiency to the world of solid-state drives.
Tech Launch Arizona has teamed up with University Libraries to create a Business Intelligence Unit, dedicated to gathering information to help researchers and faculty members make smart, well-informed business decisions as they bring inventions to the marketplace.
Tech Parks Arizona has won the Metropolitan Education Commission’s (MEC) Crystal Apple Award for its efforts to encourage local youth to pursue careers in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM).