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- 3rd Annual Pruitt Research Day
- AxoGen, Inc. Announces Clearance from FDA to Proceed with New Multicenter Comparative Study for Avance® Nerve Graft
- AxoGen, Inc. Announces Completion of a Pilot Clinical Study Assessing Cavernous Nerve Reconstruction with Avance® Nerve Graft
- BioD LLC Makes $1 Million Gift Commitment to UF BME
- BioD Receives U.S. Patent for Unique Placental Tissue Technology
- Dr. Peter McFetridge awarded the Tim Brahm Professorship
- Event Celebrates BioD’s $1 Million Gift to BME
- New Industry Partner: Sigma Aldrich Corporation
- RTI Surgical™ Announces Agreement With Novation
- Record BME Industry Partner Participation at the 4th Annual Pruitt Research Day
- SPECIAL EVENT: “Geraldo Rivera Show” to Feature AxoGen, Inc.
- Stryker Provides Guest Lecture to BME Students
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Technology Licensing Opportunities
The University of Florida generates more than 300 new discoveries every year that need commercial partners to get them from the lab to the market. You may access this information by visiting the UF Office of Technology Licensing (OTL) webpage at http://technologylicensing.research.ufl.edu.
On the OTL webpage, you may browse through these technologies by category or search using key words or phrases. Each individual technology page includes a detailed description of the invention, contact information for the licensing officer managing that technology, and other available information. You can download a PDF to print, or share the technology electronically on social media sites such as Facebook or Twitter.
Only a fraction of technologies available are on the website, so be sure to contact the Assistant Director who specializes in your area of interest for information about other technologies that may fit your needs. For updates when new technologies are posted, follow us on Facebook and Twitter, or subscribe to email alerts.
A few samples from BME: