University of Montana & Montana State University Tech Transfer

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MSU develops new antenna to aid rural emergency workers

Companies interested in licensing this technology should contact Nick Zelver with the MSU Technology Transfer Office at (406) 994-7706 or e-mail at [email protected] by June 27.

Sinapis Pharma Closes Bridge Financing

Company developing IV methamphetamine as a stroke and brain injury treatment

Research And Development Summit, 5/17, University Of Montana

The event will be a day of discussion and learning for translational researchers in academic and industry settings.

University of Montana’s Tech Transfer Notes – Inventions and Innovations

Dr. Geoffrey Nicholson, inventor of the Post-It™ note, once said, “Research is the transformation of
money into knowledge. Innovation is the transformation of knowledge into money.”

The Skaggs School of Pharmacy in University of Montana’s College of Health Professions and Biological Sciences Launches The Translational Incubator Core to Enable Increased Tech Transfer of Science and Tech to Market

John Sullivan Jr, MD invites donors to join him in ensuring the Translational Incubator Core will be a success at moving UM science and technology into the Montana marketplace. Donors who invest $5,000 or more will become part of an exclusive group that will be recognized and kept current about research, intellectual property, patents, new companies and investment opportunities.

University of Montana’s Tech Transfer Notes – January 2010

The Office of Technology Transfer is charged with protecting and managing the university’s intellectual
property as part of its service mission to the university community.

University of Montana professor tests meth as stroke treatment – Sinapis Pharma

If Sinapis gets permission from the FDA, clinical tests on volunteers could begin within the next few years.

Damage-Reducing Stroke Drug from University of Montana Spinoff, Sinapis Pharma, Moving To Human Trials

Our whole goal is to try to create startup companies that stay here in Montana,” he said. “This has been fun. I get as excited about the business of science as the science of science. It’s exciting to have the chance to develop something that actually gets into the clinic and changes lives.”

Flower power – Critics question stimulus funds spent on science research at the University of Montana

"The general population I don’t think understands how important university-based basic research is to the economic well-being and the future of this country," Dwyer says.

Ohio University makes a bundle on sale of company School’s share in sale of Diagnostic Hybrids could total $41 million

"This is really a story about Ohio University wanting to assist its faculty in its research and help invest in that research."