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US Issues Patent Number 10,000,000

The United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) issued U.S. patent number 10 million on June 19, 2018, celebrating the rich history and strength of the American intellectual property system dating back to the first U.S. patent, signed 228 years ago by George Washington on July 31, 1790.

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US Issues Patent Number 10,000,000
The United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) issued U.S. patent number 10 million on June 19, 2018, celebrating the rich history and strength of the American intellectual property system dating back to the first U.S. patent, signed 228 years ago by George Washington on July 31, 1790.

AN INNOVATION CELEBRATION: November 8th 4-7pm

Invented at Duke 2018

Mark you calendars for our 2nd annual Invented at Duke event to connect with Duke researchers, entrepreneurs, CEOs, and investors. Meet some of our featured innovators as they show off their inventions and novel ideas.

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AN INNOVATION CELEBRATION: November 8th 4-7pm
Mark you calendars for our 2nd annual Invented at Duke event to connect with Duke researchers, entrepreneurs, CEOs, and investors. Meet some of our featured innovators as they show off their inventions and novel ideas.

Humacyte

Duke spin-out lands $150M from FMC

Germany’s Fresenius Medical Care (FMC) has staked $150 million in Humacyte Inc., a tissue engineering firm making FMC the exclusive distributor of the Duke start-up's bioengineered blood vessels, upon FDA approval.

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Tissue Replacement: Duke Spinout raises $75 Million
Humacyte, an emerging biotechnology company focusing on technology to grow stable, “off-the-shelf” human tissue replacements, has recently raised $75 million. The spin-out was founded by former Duke professor Laura Niklason and includes Duke alums Shannon Dahl and Juliana Blum.

People and Robot Collaboration

Enabling People & Robot Collaboration

Realtime Robotics has created a specialized processor that allows people and robots to work safely together in the same space. This proprietary hardware generates new motion plans as fast as they are being perceived. Watch the video and see it in action!

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Realtime Robotics: Enabling People & Robot Collaboration
Realtime Robotics has created a specialized processor that allows people and robots to work safely together in the same space. This proprietary hardware generates new motion plans as fast as they are being perceived. Watch the video and see it in action!

John Oxaal
BME's 1st Entrepreneur in Residence

For Pratt’s Biomedical Engineering (BME) Chair Ashutosh Chilkoti asking a former BME graduate, John Oxaal, to become Pratt’s first EIR was an easy choice--and a good one! Oxaal led Prof. Charles Gersbach and his colleagues Greg Crawford, Tim Reddy, and Kris Wood to form Element Genomics. Last month, they sold to UCB for $30 million.

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BME's 1st Entrepreneur in Residence
For Pratt’s Biomedical Engineering (BME) Chair Ashutosh Chilkoti asking a former BME graduate, John Oxaal, to become Pratt’s first EIR was an easy choice--and a good one! Oxaal led Prof. Charles Gersbach and his colleagues Greg Crawford, Tim Reddy, and Kris Wood to form Element Genomics. Last month, they sold to UCB for $30 million.on.

 

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