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Universities Continue to Drive Innovation in Illinois: ISTC Report

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Quevos, the ‘Better for You’ Chip, Expands in the Snack Aisle

Nick Hamburger and his company, Quevos – a low-carb, high-protein egg white chip brand – are taking the world by storm. The idea arose from Hamburger’s original business partner…
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Patent of the Week: Targeting the Treatment of Inflammatory Diseases

A biologic drug delivery platform targets the treatment of inflammatory diseases by honing in on collagen exposed by inflammation. “Enhancing the therapeutic efficacy of drugs for inflammatory diseases is…
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Researchers Develop a Faster, Better Way to Disinfect N95 Masks for Reuse

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Maker Community Comes Together to 3D Print Personal Protective Equipment

When the coronavirus pandemic and state-wide stay-at-home orders in mid-March forced the Polsky Fabrication Lab to temporarily close its doors to the public, Polsky assistant director, Elizabeth Koprucki, was in…
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Patent of the Week: Creating a Temperature-Stable Vaccine Platform

Researchers have developed a novel vaccine platform with fewer side-effects and shelf-stability, which addresses the significant challenge of distributing vaccines to developing countries.
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UChicago Supports COVID-19 Research with Non-Exclusive, Royalty-Free License

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Patent of the Week: Enhancing Vaccine Efficiency

Researchers at the Pritzker School of Molecular Engineering at the University of Chicago developed a new platform technology for improving the efficiency of vaccines. Jeffrey Hubbell, Eugene Bell Professor…

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