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Between FY2017 and FY2021, TLA activities generated a $1.61 billion economic output and supported thousands of jobs. A new report on the economic impacts generated by the UArizona commercialization office outlines these findings and projects continued growth over the next 10 years.
Professor Jeffrey Pyun and Assistant Professor Thomas Gianetti have been recognized with new UArizona faculty awards for innovation and entrepreneurship; both demonstrated significant involvement in expanding the impact of their research to the public good through a focus on commercialization.
Around the world, countries are on the cyber-offense. UArizona researchers have invented new strategies to mitigate these attacks by helping make cybersecurity for the “internet of things” (IoT) more accessible. Based on the technology, they have launched a startup, BG Networks, to bring the invention to the public.
An optical sciences Ph.D. student has developed a new way for precisely measuring radio antenna surfaces. TLA worked with him to patent the technology and now he has launched a startup, Fringe Metrology.
The Next Generation Inventors Session selected student teams will hold an exhibit to present their innovation and attend the Annual Meeting, from June 14th – June 15th, 2022 at the Sheraton Grand at Wild Horse Pass in Phoenix, Arizona. Selected inventors get complimentary admission to the 11th Annual Meeting breakfast, lunch, and innovation sessions for up to 3 participating team members. Apply now!
What steps can you take to maximize the impact of your research? What does a researcher with an impact mindset think about? Get insights through this interactive Q&A with the Dean of the College of Medicine - Tucson, Dr. Michael Abecassis. Ask questions, get immediate answers.
On April 18, 2022, Tech Launch Arizona will be vacating its offices at the University of Arizona Services Annex building and moving to our new home at The Refinery at the UA Tech Park at The Bridges. Get the details.
The UArizona has been selected as one of over 50 world-class institutions participating in the Novartis Global Scholars Program (NGSP). The Novartis Institutes for BioMedical Research NGSP is a competitive program designed for innovators from invited institutions to gain $1M over 3-years in funding for breakthrough science not covered by traditional grant support.
To honor Women's History Month we checked in with some of our TLA team members and asked them how the challenges of the pandemic and the last two years have affected their lives and inspired change for them.
Twenty inventors were recognized for their hard work, creativity and courage at the first annual College of Engineering Patent Medallion Luncheon in early March. The engineers received medallions to commemorate their patented inventions — which ranged from a quantum-analogue computer to a cancer detection device to a technique to improve hypersonic flight.