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Imagine plopping six cups of coffee grounds on the heads of patients just before they are wheeled into the operating room to have nose or throat surgery. In essence, that is what a team of Vanderbilt University engineers are proposing in an effort to improve the reliability...

source: Vanderbilt University via ScienceDaily

Talking about legalized marijuana with her children made Kathy Stitzlein think about the need for a roadside device to measure levels of marijuana intoxication. As a Ph.D. candidate in biomedical engineering at the University of Akron,...

source: The Plain Dealer

There's big business in disguising energy-generating tech like solar panels as innocuous building elements like roof tiles, window blinds, and even stained glass. But researchers at RMIT University in Melbourne may have created the ultimate hidden energy harvester —...

source: Curbed

It's safe to say that most sectors will undergo significant disruption as a result of artificial intelligence (AI) technology. AI will not only disrupt our business models but it will also disrupt our legal framework...

source: IPWatchdog

The America Invents Act created a new process for challenging the validity of a patent after grant. Similarly Europe has the Opposition Proceeding. Post-grant challenges in the form of Inter Partes Review (IPR), Covered...

source: AUTM

Registered Technology Transfer Professional (RTTP) designation recognizes the skills, knowledge, and deal-making expertise of technology transfer professionals on a world-wide basis. The next submission date for RTTP applications is Thursday, July 20. Visit the ATTP website...

source: AUTM


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