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Northwestern partners with leading universities to launch joint Technology Licensing Program

Northwestern University and 14 of the nation’s leading research universities recently teamed together to launch the University Technology Licensing Program LLC (UTLP). The joint effort assembles a portion of each university’s patented research in specific physical science areas into one centralized licensing system to propel marketplace innovation. Read more.
Dr. Elizabeth McNally and Dr. Ali Shilatifard

Lakeside Discovery supports two Northwestern labs

Scientists will lead multi-year projects to advance pharmaceuticals for muscular dystrophies and cancer. "We are excited that the two foundational projects for Lakeside Discovery reflect our commitment to advance Northwestern’s transformational innovations to the patient,” said Alicia Löffler, executive director of Northwestern’s Innovation and New Ventures Office. Read the article.
Students working in The Garage

The Propel Program

A new gift from Steve Arnote Elms ’92 MBA and Katherine Thomas Elms will establish the Propel Program, an initiative to foster diversity and inclusion in entrepreneurship on campus. Read the article.out Pregabalin Story

Temprian Therapeutics accepted to S2S

Temprian Therapeutics will participate at the 2019 Science to Startup (S2S) symposium in Cambridge, Massachusetts. This invitation-only event on April 23 features twelve startups before an audience of 150+ pharmaceutical investors. Read more about Temprian Therapeutics.

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