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Jan. 26, 2012
 
 
 


University of Minnesota startup builds app for safer teen driving
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Do you ever wish you could monitor your teen's driving habits? Or ensure they're not texting or talking on the phone while behind the wheel? Now there's an app for that. Drive Power, LLC, launched a mobile application designed to monitor and coach drivers, especially teens. The Minneapolis-based startup licensed the technology — which was developed by researchers from the University of Minnesota's mechanical engineering department — from the university's Office for Technology Commercialization. More



10 things you should know as the new patent law goes into effect
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Several patent practitioners were asked to come up with a list of things lawyers should know about the Leahy-Smith America Invents Act, enacted on Sept. 16. Most notably, the patent reform law moves the United States from a first-to-invent to a first-to-file patent system. More

Fungus research at Montana State could help biofuels production
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Yellowstone's hot springs are a haven for researchers interested in the prevalence of life in some of the world's harshest environments. An acid-tolerant fungus living in the hot springs has researchers at Montana State University excited. The oil the fungus produces contains a ratio of oleic and steric acids that's nearly ideal for biofuels. More

Tabletop computer knows you by your shoes
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New research from the Hasso Plattner Institute in Potsdam, Germany, aims to quell the frustration and strife that can come when multiple people use a single touch screen. The project, called Bootstrapper, uses cameras below a table to identify different users by their shoes. Each set of shoes is linked to an account that keeps track of a person's actions and preferences. More

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University Of Kansas research leads to new startup company
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University of Kansas research has led to the creation of a new startup company that will develop online curriculum for healthcare professionals involved in managing the care of cancer survivors. The startup company, Cancer Survivorship Training Inc., will provide online and mobile resources and education to healthcare professionals to help them better treat and advise cancer survivors. More

Novel nanomaterial-based technology to enhance efficiency of solar cells
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Scientists from the University at Buffalo together with researchers from the Air Force Office of Scientific Research and the U.S. Army Research Laboratory have demonstrated a nanomaterial-based technology to enhance the electrical output of a solar cell by embedding it with charged quantum dots and by improving the lifespan of photoelectrons. More

Governor seeks to spur technology transfers in Maryland
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The call from many of Maryland's university and technology leaders for help turning discoveries into startup companies has reached Gov. Martin O'Malley's ears. O'Malley's administration announced that it is pushing for the creation of a new statewide program that would bring together Maryland's public and private universities, federal research labs and its quasi-public technology agency to create new jobs and companies by catapulting promising discoveries into the business world. More

New vaccine protects pigs against E.coli
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South Dakota State University is partnering with Boehringer Ingelheim Vetmedica Inc. to develop a new vaccine to protect pigs against a deadly form of E. coli. The research and resulting technology was developed by associate professor Weiping Zhang and professor David Francis in SDSU’s Veterinary and Biomedical Sciences Department, according to a news release. More



How to Market your Technologies with the AUTM GTP
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Noon – 1:00 p.m. EST | Feb. 7
Learn about AUTM's Global Technology Portal in a free webinar titled, How to Market Your Technologies with the AUTM GTP. What's the GTP? It's AUTM's exciting, new tool for showcasing academic technologies available for licensing.
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AUTM 'Better World Report' seeks technologies that help the world
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Do you have a licensed technology that is helping make the world a better place? If so, we want to hear about it. The Better World Report — which celebrates real-world examples of how academic research benefits humankind — is seeking story ideas for the 2012 edition. This year’s report will feature two stories per month in a dynamic, interactive, Web-based format. To learn more or to download a submission form, visit the Better World Project website at www.betterworldproject.org. The first cutoff for submissions is Feb. 15. Subsequent deadlines will be announced throughout the year on a quarterly basis. More




Genome engineering firm Precision BioSciences gets patent victory (MedCity News)

Idaho Technology Inc. patents melting curve analysis with exponential background subtraction (BusinessWire via MarketWatch)

Purdue creates center for faculty, students to pursue innovation (The Purdue Exponent)

A 3-D cell scanner that could change breast cancer detection (The Atlantic)


 


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