Startup GUIA has licensed a mining communication and sensor platform developed in the College of Engineering and Lowell Institute for Mineral Resources. In addition to mining, the company is looking to apply the technology to other high-risk environments.
In collaboration with the College of Science, TLA has hired Laura Silva as the licensing manager for the college. She will be working with faculty, researchers and graduate students to identify, protect and commercialize inventions stemming from research at the college.
Dr. Roger Angel, Regents’ Professor at the University of Arizona, has been named as a Fellow of the National Academy of Inventors for his many contributions, from telescope mirror design to his ideas around sustainable energy.
For a researcher, developing a holistic understanding of a field is an immense task. UA inventors have devised an automated system to extract information from literature and generate easily interpretable answers. Now, the UA has licensed it to their startup, Lum.AI.
The goal of commercialization is to get the products of research out into the world for the public good. Asset Development funding helps develop early-stage technologies and make them more attractive for market adoption. The program is generating opportunities – and results.
UA Associate Vice President Bruce Wright received the COO/Leadership Equivalent Award for a non-profit organization during the 2017 Executive Excellence Award presented by Tucson Local Media and Inside Tucson Business.
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At a time when opioid addiction represents a major public health crisis, researchers in the UA College of Medicine – Tucson have invented a new class of non-opioid drug candidates to treat pain. The University has licensed the compounds to startup Regulonix.
The UA has licensed a drug that aims to shorten the lives of cancer cells to startup Reglagene. The technology, invented at the UA College of Pharmacy and the BIO5 Institute by Laurence Hurley, PhD, and Vijay Gokhale, PhD, has been shown to be effective in inducing cancer cells to grow old and die.
UA College of Medicine – Tucson Professor Meredith Hay, PhD, and her colleagues started ProNeurogen to commercialize their inventions in neuroscience and cardiovascular neurophysiology. The UA has been awarded two patents for their approach to treating memory loss and cognitive impairment.