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Innovation Igniter is a 2-hr workshop designed to provide those who are curious about advancing an innovation or idea towards licensing or…Learn More
The Kuzneski Innovation Cup is sponsored by Andrew and Laurie Kuzneski, and is for University of Pittsburgh students who are…Learn More
The Wells Competition is sponsored by the Michael G. Wells Entrepreneurial Scholars Fund, and is for University of Pittsburgh students…Learn More
We give Pitt Innovators the opportunity to consult with legal, investor, and regulatory professionals at no cost. These 30 minute…Learn More
PPG’s 47,000 employees in 70 countries bring life to their purpose and promise: WE PROTECT AND BEAUTIFY THE WORLD™. PPG…Learn More
Community Power to Prosper The Community Power to Prosper Program is designed to target established small business owners who are…Learn More
June 12th, 2018 11:45 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. Fairmont Hotel More Information TBA Please note: Walk-ins will be charged an…Learn More
Chase's 2018 Business Leaders Outlooks survey revealed the primary business concerns and expectations that executives have for 2018. While executives…Learn More
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Latest News Caps a Whirlwind Spring for Team Developing a Robotic Greenhouse Tomato Harvesting System Brandon Contino and Dan Chi are going to San Francisco, but instead of flowers in…
May 17, 2018 Developed for Treating Veterans and Active Military, New Platform Can be Adapted to Wider Market Anne Germain is convinced from the results of her research with active…
A Pitt professor is working to commercialize a discovery made in the lab of Mark Gladwin, Chairman of the Department of Medicine.
LyGenesis is commercializing technology developed by Eric Lagasse of the McGowan Institute for Regenerative Medicine to grow functional liver tissue inside lymph nodes.