Tag: Office of Technology Transfer

UofL cancer-targeting technology licensed to California medical company

California-based medical device company, Qualigen Inc., has licensed a drug technology developed at the University of Louisville that uses tiny, DNA-coated gold nanoparticles to...

UofL student startup wins 5 Across pitch competition

University of Louisville-born startup Pascal Tags snagged the top prize at the 5 Across statewide pitch competition finals, held earlier this month.  The team took...

UofL student startup a finalist in national college inventor challenge

A University of Louisville student startup has been chosen as a finalist in the 2018 Collegiate Inventors Competition.  The startup, Pascal Tags, was founded by J.B....

UofL milk-based drug delivery technology licensed

New technology developed at the University of Louisville could make medicines more targeted and effective — and it’s done using milk. The milk exosome-drug delivery...

UofL hosts event on protecting intellectual property in China

Having a great idea is one thing. Protecting it, especially on a global scale, is another. That was the subject of the U.S. Patent and Trademark...

UofL-born tech startup pitches to Steve Case — and knocks it...

Inscope Medical Solutions, a medical device company born at the University of Louisville, has won $100,000 in tech icon Steve Case’s "Rise of the...

UofL-backed teams swim with the ‘sharks’ (and win)

University of Louisville-backed startups scored a one-two finish in this year’s “Venture Sharks” business pitch competition held on May 2. The companies, Innovative Therapeutix Inc....

UofL-born technology startup acquired by global firm

Dr. Brent Stucker spent years at the University of Louisville researching the emerging field of additive manufacturing — “printing” products with metal, plastic and...