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The Pitt Ventures First Gear program helps shape Pitt inventions originating from University research from early-stage discoveries into products and…Learn More
Global Entrepreneurship Week started with an idea in 2008. What if there was a global…Learn More
Coulter Translational Research Partners II is administered by the Swanson School of Engineering Bioengineering Department, in partnership with the Pitt…Learn More
The Randall Family Big Idea Competition is an experience-based learning opportunity for Pitt students with big ideas. Discover how to…Learn More
The date of this seminar has changed to November 14 Company Formation Seminar and Workshop Pitt Barco Law Building, Room…Learn More
During one week each November, thousands of events and competitions in 170 countries inspire millions to engage in entrepreneurial activity while connecting…Learn More
Startup companies are a dime a dozen. Think you've got what it takes to pick a winner? Introducing The Money…Learn More
LifeX Labs offers innovators and entrepreneurs the opportunity to consult with experienced and trusted service providers at no cost. These…Learn More
Cumulative startups since inception
Pitt innovators were issued 9 U.S. patents in October 19.
Pitt innovators will be celebrated for their commitment to achieving impact through commercialization of their ideas and research.
Pitt spinout LyGenesis has raised $4 million as it plans to enter clinical trials in 2020 for its liver generation technology.
Pitt spinout Renerva LLC received grants from the National Science Foundation and National Institutes of Health to expand its product development efforts. The company, based on technology from the lab of Bryan Brown, associate professor of bioengineering, is developing an injectable gel derived from porcine tissue that promotes and supports repair and regeneration of injured peripheral nerves.