Driving innovation to market.
Vol. 2, No. 3 - November, 2013  

UCLA Startup, Sofie Biosciences, Raises $5M Series A Funding
Company also received $1.8M Phase II NIH SBIR Grant.

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Sofie Biosciences, a diagnostics company that provides molecular imaging probes and devices, announces $5M Series A Funding.

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[ SBIR Award ]
[ Sofie Biosciences ]

NanoH2O Invests $45M to Change Economics of Desalination in China
UCLA Startup to build first advanced RO Membrane Manufacturing plant in China to serve growing demand.

NanoH2O is a well-funded, Los Angeles-based startup that is commercializing a new membrane material based on technology developed by UCLA's Eric Hoek.

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[ NanoH2O ]

Two UCLA Startups Featured in New National Economic Impact Report
The Science Coalition Report highlights how federally-funded research creates innovation, companies, and jobs.
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Included in the report are Holomic LLC, a startup commercializing a new UCLA lens-free imaging innovation, and Tribogenics, which is based on X-ray technology developed at UCLA.

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[ Sparking Economic Growth 2.0 ] pdf

New UCLA Technologies Available for Commercialization  
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UCLA innovation is commercialized by entrepreneurs and established companies worldwide.


UCLA Battery Technologies
Available for Licensing [web, pdf]

The six-page report prepared by OIP-ISR features patented and patent-pending battery technologies developed by researchers at UCLA. Innovative battery technologies listed in the November 2013 report are available for commercial development by entrepreneurs or established companies. 

Additional technologies available for licensing [ web ]


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UCLA Entrepreneurs 

UCLA's Entrepreneurs-in-Residence (EIRs) are available for 1-on-1 meetings with UCLA faculty and researchers seeking business advice.

Please contact Dr. Tom Lipkin to schedule a consult.

     [UCLA EIR Program]

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UCLA patents recently issued by the USPTO:

8,551,781  Vault complexes for facilitating biomolecule delivery | Leonard H. Rome, et al.

8,546,607  Cross-coupling of phenolic derivatives | Neil K. Garg, et al.

8,541,832  Integrated circuit memory devices having vertical transistor arrays therein and methods of forming same | Kang Wang, et al.

8,532,350  Dose reduction and image enhancement in tomography through the utilization of the object's surroundings as dynamic constraints | Jianwei Miao, et al.

8,531,006  Memory capacitor made from field configurable ion-doped materials | Yong Chen


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