Tag: commercialization

UofL researcher uses fruit for less toxic drug delivery Suite of...

UofL researchers have found a less toxic way to deliver medicines by using the natural lipids in plants, particularly grapefruit and ginger. The resulting intellectual...

UofL secures $170 million in record-breaking year for research Funding from...

The University of Louisville secured nearly $170 million to support groundbreaking research in the 2019-2020 fiscal year — the university’s most successful year ever...

UofL-born cell therapy for organ transplants enters Phase 3 trial First...

A cell therapy born at the University of Louisville that could improve the lives of kidney transplant recipients has entered its Phase 3 clinical...

UofL-born technology for treating Type 1 diabetes has commercial partner

A University of Louisville-born therapy that helps people with Type 1 diabetes stay off immunosuppressants by re-educating the body’s immune system to accept transplanted...

UofL, partners will help commercialize Kentucky university-born technologies New effort, backed...

The University of Louisville and partners will lead an effort to bring technologies born at Kentucky universities to market, thanks to $1.16 million in...

Prestigious business plan competition accepts UofL students’ marijuana breath detector startup

A University of Louisville student startup with a technology for detecting marijuana through the breath has been accepted into the prestigious Rice Business Plan...

UofL sugar substitute, bio-coal technology licensed to Louisville startup

A technology born from University of Louisville research uses spent distillers’ grains, corn and waste wood to create a low-calorie sugar substitute. And it gets...

#FounderHunt event seeks entrepreneurs for UofL technologies

A new University of Louisville event, The Founder Hunt, aims to pair research-backed inventions born at Kentucky universities with entrepreneurs who want to build...

Failure, failure, failure, success! One scientist’s journey from invention to product...

While basic science is still very much alive, academic researchers are also recognizing the importance of translational research, in which projects are developed with...

UofL receives groundbreaking new grant to spark commercialization of health research...

An elite $4 million grant received by the University of Louisville, the University of Kentucky, Commonwealth Commercialization Center (C3) and the Kentucky Cabinet for...