UCLA Invents Newsletter
Newsletter published by: UCLA OIP-ISR December 2014


IN THIS ISSUE

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EVENTS

Feb. 06, 2015
FirstFridays @ OIP
Topic:  "Startup Reality - Avoiding the Pitfalls of Starting a Business"
Speaker:  George Abe, Lecturer, UCLA Anderson

March 10, 2015
3rd Annual UCLA Medical Device Industry Partnering Conference

More Events


       

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UCLA Startup Keyssa, Inc. Raises $47 Million
Keyssa Inc. has come out of stealth mode, announcing it has reinvented the connector, that long-overlooked but essential component in computers and mobile devices. To date, Keyssa, based in Campbell CA, has raised $47 million from investors including Intel Capital, Nantworks, Samsung, and Alsop Louie Partners.
Carbonics Wireless

Carbonics Launches from UCLA Incubator with $5.5M
Carbonics, Inc., is aiming to revolutionize traditional electronics by using nano-materials to vastly lower power consumption and improve the performance of smartphones and wearable devices. The company licenses its IP from UCLA, tracing its lineage to research funded by the SRC consortium and U.S. Air Force.
Bone Biologics logo

Bone Biologics Raises $5M to Develop NELL-1 Protein
UCLA startup Bone Biologics recently announced the completion of a $5 million funding round. The company is developing a proprietary protein for use in bone regenerative medicine using the patented recombinant human protein known as Nell-1 for use with patients undergoing spinal fusion.
Head Health

UCLA-Industry Team Wins Grant to Tackle Concussions

A team of researchers from UCLA and Architected Materials that is developing breakthrough technology to reduce the number and severity of head injuries to football players today was named a winner of the Head Health Challenge II, part of the four-year, $60 million initiative sponsored by the NFL, GE and Under Armour.

Intellectual Property Announcements


New U.S. Patents Awarded

  • 8,861,969 - All-optical AM-to-FM up-conversion for radio-over-fiber  | J.M. Liu, et al.
  • 8,860,006 - Spin transistor having multiferroic gate dielectric  | K. Wang, et al.
  • 8,858,950 - Delivery of pharmaceutical agents via the human insulin receptor  | W. Pardridge, et al.
  • 8,853,356 - Use of pentagastrin to inhibit gastric acid secretion or as a diuretic  | J. Pisegna, et al.
  • 8,852,320 - Preparation of metal-triazolate frameworks  | O. Yaghi, et al.
  • 8,846,066 - Methods and related compositions for reduction of fat and skin. . . | M. Kolodney, et al.

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