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Both the U.S. House and Senate continue to focus on legislation that...

source: AUTM

Washington State University researchers have developed a new way to use plant oils like olive and linseed oil to create polyurethane, a plastic material used in everything from foam insulation panels to tires, hoses and sealants.

source: Washington State University

San Diego's place as a hub for innovation in biotechnology, chip design, telecommunications and other industries was made possible by a change that went mostly unnoticed in early 1994, University of California-San Diego Chancellor Pradeep...

source: Xconomy

Johns Hopkins University, where Christy Wyskiel heads up technology commercialization, is among the institutions scrambling to transform more faculty research into startup companies, patents and licenses. Hopkins in 2014 reported $16.5...

source: Baltimore Business Journal

Two Northwestern University-born cleantech startups walked away from the recent Clean Energy Challenge with half of the $1 million made available for funding. AMPY, an Evanston, Illinois-based startup that creates a wearable...

source: Built in Chicago

The United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) will recognize winners of this year's Patents for Humanity program on Monday, April 20, in a ceremony hosted by the White House. The annual program promotes game-changing innovations to solve long-standing development...

source: United States Patent and Trademark Office


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