Another Successful INVENTED at DUKE

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From Drug-Resistant AI to AR Brain Models–Duke Puts its Innovative Spirit on Display Again

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Another Successful INVENTED at DUKE
From Drug-Resistant AI to 3D Printed Sports Pads –Duke Puts its Innovative Spirit on Display Again

Duke Innovations: OLV Annual Report

FY19 Annual Report Numbers

A record-setting year of innovation — In FY19 we saw researchers from across campus working with our team to break records for the number of inventions, agreements, and exclusive license deals.

Duke Innovations: OLV Annual Report
A record-setting year of innovation — In FY19 we saw researchers from across campus working with our team to break records for the number of inventions, agreements, and exclusive license deals.

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NIH funding
RTP #1 in Nation for
NIH Per-Capita Funding

Last year the Triangle had more than 2,500 NIH grants, totaling~$1.5 billion–with UNC and Duke awarded 1,700+ awards at ~$1 billion.

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REGIONAL NEWS

RTP #1 in Nation for NIH Per-Capita Funding
Last year the Triangle had more than 2,500 NIH grants, totaling~$1.5 billion–with UNC and Duke awarded 1,700+ awards at ~$1 billion.

Precision Biosciences IPO

Precision BioSciences

Launches IPO

The Duke start-up closed on its initial public offering of 9,085,000 shares of common stock this April. The total gross proceeds to Precision were approximately $145.4 million.

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TECH TRANSFER NEWS

Precision BioSciences: Launches IPO
The Duke start-up closed on its initial public offering of 9,085,000 shares of common stock this April. The total gross proceeds to Precision were approximately $145.4 million.

OLV on the HILL: Women in Innovation

OLV Exec. Dir Robin Rasor testifying before Senate IP Subcommittee April 3rd, 2019

On April 3rd, Exec. Director Robin Rasor testified before the Senate Subcommittee on IP about the uniqueness of Duke’s model and how to encourage and retain women in STEM.

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OLV on the HILL: Women in Innovation
On April 3rd, Exec. Director Robin Rasor testified before the Senate Subcommittee on IP about the uniqueness of Duke’s model and how to encourage and retain women in STEM.