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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
We give Pitt Innovators the opportunity to consult with legal, investor, and regulatory professionals at no cost. These 30 minute…Learn More
Benchtop to Bedside (B2B) “Benchtop to Bedside,” known as B2B, is designed to give research scientists, clinicians, and other interested…Learn More
Global Entrepreneurship Week started with an idea in 2008. What if there was a global…Learn More
The Innovation Showcase is a first look at the latest Pitt-generated innovations in health care, materials, Internet of things, information…Learn More
A fun way to get introduced to entrepreneurship at Pitt. Come with an idea for the following 3 categories: Improve…Learn More
Come hungry for all things entrepreneurship at Pitt! This is your opportunity as a Pitt student, staff, or faculty to…Learn More
Featuring Insights from MERKLE Inc. Data is everywhere in today’s digitally connected world. But for organizations to use it effectively,…Learn More
Pittsburgh Entrepreneurs Forum UPMC Enterprises present a panel of experts that will share their experiences and machine learning best practices…Learn More
For the 4th straight year, Inclusive Innovation Week returns in 2019 as a three day Summit. This new format provides…Learn More
Join this session to learn about when, why and how businesses choose to and survive pivots. Joe Ferrara, General Manager of…Learn More
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U.S. Patents issued*
Pitt innovators received seven patents in September 2018, including a new gene therapy approach to stimulating beta cell formation to treat diabetes.
Pitt innovators with potentially game changing discoveries to improve human health and performance will use funding to continue on the path to commercial translation.
ECM Therapeutics has licensed patents from the University covering a platform of technologies from the McGowan Institute of Regenerative Medicine Lab of Stephen Badylak.
A Pitt professor is working to commercialize a discovery made in the lab of Mark Gladwin, Chairman of the Department of Medicine.