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The Randall Family Big Idea Competition is an experience-based learning opportunity for Pitt students with big ideas. Discover how to…Learn More
The Pitt Ventures First Gear program helps shape Pitt inventions originating from University research from early-stage discoveries into products and…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 Pitt Ventures Student Challenge is open to all students who are working on Pitt research projects or intellectual property.…Learn More
The Clinical and Translational Science Institute (CTSI) at the University of Pittsburgh is soliciting applications to the Pain Research Challenge.…Learn More
The Randall Family Big Idea competition is our flagship student innovation competition at the Innovation Institute's Big Idea Center, with…Learn More
Interested in learning about funding opportunities for startups and small businesses? Join us for our SBIR (Small Business Innovation Research)/STTR…Learn More
We are partnering with BridgeBio to advance novel drug discovery w/an underlying genetic basis. BridgeBio's mission is to find, develop,…Learn More
REGISTER FOR THE 2020 SHE INNOVATES HACKATHON! Jan 31-Feb 2, 2020 The Women in Computer Science (WiCS), School of Computing and…Learn More
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Pitt Innovators were issued five U.S. patents in November 2019.
A total of $50,000 will be available to help innovation teams from the School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences advance their discoveries toward impact through commercialization.
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.