University of Illinois Seeks ‘Innovation Enthusiast’ To Join Commercialization Team
The University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign is widely recognized for its innovative model of technology commercialization. A Technology Manager position is currently available on the commercialization team in the Office of Technology Management (OTM) in the area of ENGINEERING. This is a great time to join us and make an impact in the world.
The first two applications that the Office of Technology Management (OTM) submitted to the Apple’s App Store have been approved and are now available! First, the official iOS app for the College of Business at the University of Illinois – this app has links to news, maps and events going on around campus, and much more! The other app, EOH 2011, is designed to be the perfect aid to the University of Illinois Engineering Open House (EOH).
Calling all campus developers -- the University of Illinois now supports iOS and Android development on campus and is set up to deploy apps to the Apple App Store and Android Market.
The iOS Developer Program License Agreement and the Android Market Developer Distribution Agreements have been signed so the Office of Technology Management can now help you get access to iOS and Android developer tools and is managing the submission of University-owned apps to Apple’s App Store and the Android Market.
New agreement will benefit University and propel economic growth
URBANA—The Board of Managers of the University of Illinois Research Park today approved a 10-year agreement withFox/Atkins Development, LLC to continue to develop the complex, with provisions—such as building capacity, infrastructure development, marketing, profit sharing and ground rent terms—that will benefit the University and further the development of the Park.
Start-up company ImmuVen and the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign have entered into a license agreement under which ImmuVen will develop modified T cell receptor proteins for the purpose of treating cancer and methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA). ImmuVen was co-founded by Dr. David Kranz of the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign and Dr. Patrick Schlievert of the University of Minnesota.
It's been a decade since the Office of Technology Management was created in its current form. In that time innovations in fields ranging from healthcare to energy to agriculture that have come through our office are having a positive impact on the world. These innovations can be found all around you in the places you may least expect. They range from cancer fighting compounds found under the sea, to disease resistant apples, to technology used in the laser printer in your office.
Welcome to the new Office of Technology Management blog. We started this blog so we could bring you the inside scoop on industry trends, OTM activities, and more. This isn't a news site, it's a personal, inside look at the inner workings of technology transfer. You'll hear from OTM professionals about their experiences. This is your one stop for everything business and technology related with a little bit of a twist. Enjoy
The relationship between Microlution, Inc., and the University of Illinois is an example of the productive synergy that can develop between a research University and a licensee. In 2005, the University of Illinois licensed the three-axis micro- and meso-scale machining apparatus technology to a startup company headed by Andrew Honegger and Andy Phillip. Microlution, Inc., refined and commercialized the technology their founders had developed during years of graduate research in the Illinois’ Machine Tools Research Lab.
Urbana , IL – Corn Board Manufacturing Inc. (CBMI), and the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (Illinois) have entered into a license agreement under which CBMI will utilize a corn-based structural composite technology initially developed by Illinois’ inventors, Dr. Nancy Sottos, Dr. Scott White and Dr. Thomas Mackin. CBMI’s primary product is labeled CornBoard™.