Recent Articles by

Morgan Estabrook

February 08, 2013
The University of Virginia Licensing & Ventures Group offers a new tool that makes it faster and easier for researchers to let the University know about their discoveries.
November 26, 2012
The University of Virginia will join with Charlottesville business leaders and representatives from the Startup America Partnership to kick off a statewide tour highlighting Startup Virginia.
November 13, 2012
Eight student teams will present their innovative business concepts in Friday’s U.Va. Entrepreneurship Cup final competition, set for 1 p.m. in Bavaro Hall.
July 20, 2012
Three Charlottesville biotechnology firms and a University of Virginia professor are each a step closer to bringing their research discoveries to the market after winning state funding to commercialize their innovations.
April 03, 2012
April 4, 2012 — U.Va. Innovation, a new initiative dedicated to maximizing the impact of University of Virginia research discoveries, has named Robin A.
March 15, 2012
March 15, 2012 — ATCC, the premier biological materials resource and standards organization, and the University of Virginia, the commonwealth's flagship research university, have announced an innovative partnership to fund postdoctoral researc
January 24, 2012
University of Virginia officials have introduced new programs designed to enhance the activities of the University's researchers and entrepreneurs and maximize the impact of innovative U.Va. discoveries on the global population and economy.
January 11, 2012
Nine Charlottesville companies founded on University of Virginia research discoveries are being awarded a total of nearly $1.8 million from the Commonwealth Research Commercialization Fund.
December 02, 2011
December 2, 2011 — Today's microprocessing chips employ up to 4 billion transistors, allowing computers, smartphones and other devices to run faster, store more data, be smaller and cost less than ever before. But what if this is "it" – that is, what if today's devices are as good as they get?
December 01, 2011
December 2, 2011 — Today's microprocessing chips employ up to 4 billion transistors, allowing computers, smartphones and other devices to run faster, store more data, be smaller and cost less than ever before. But what if this is "it" – that is, what if today's devices are as good as they get?

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