Articles from December 2016

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UI-spinout company selected by National Cancer Institute’s business accelerator program

Viewpoint Molecular Targeting has been selected by the National Cancer Institute (NCI) to participate in the business accelerator program I-Corps in 2017.
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UI engineering professor awarded prestigious AGU Macelwane Medal

Thanking family, friends and colleagues, Gabriele Villarini, accepted the prestigious American Geophysical Union (AGU) James B. Macelwane Medal at an honors ceremony in San Francisco on Dec. 14.
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Nominations open for research, innovation, mentorship, and startup awards

Nominations are open for University of Iowa faculty, staff, and student researchers, creators, mentors, and entrepreneurs for the UI’s annual Discovery & Innovation Awards Ceremony, which will be held in April 2017.

UI Research Foundation ready to take research from ‘benchtop to bedside’

The University of Iowa Foundation (UIRF) and UI Ventures are committed to helping faculty protect intellectual property and translate research into commercially viable licensing opportunities and startups. The two teams can help faculty understand and navigate the sometimes-challenging terrain of IP protection, whether this is their first experience in this area or they’re a seasoned pro. “IP...

UI spinout company SantosHuman partners with University of Waterloo

SantosHuman, Inc., a spinoff company that grew out of ongoing research at the University of Iowa, recently announced a partnership with the University of Waterloo to educate the next generation of engineers in creating and assessing virtual product designs specifically to optimize human interaction.
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Creative Matters panel promises dynamic theatrical experience at Joffrey Nutcracker

“We have such a responsibility with the Nutcracker,” said Christopher Wheeldon, Tony award winning choreographer at the Creative Matters panel on Nov. 29. “The Nutcracker is going to be many children’s first theatrical experience–the first time going to the theater–the gateway to what we hope to be the audience of the future. Everybody remembers their first Nutcracker.”