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InSilixa is developing a new diagnostic system that can provide rapid detection of multiple drug-resistant bacteria and could be critical for effective response to seasonal repiratory infection outbreaks.
Nominated by their peers, Professors Beaman and Peppas were named Fellows of the NAI for outstanding contributions to innovation in creating or facilitating inventions that have made a substantial impact on society.
U.S. public universities are under pressure to improve the low percentage rate of university-generated technologies that are licensed. OTC head Dan Sharp explains UT Austin's approach.
UT professors are behind some of the most innovative technologies that are changing the world today—the lithium-ion battery and a less painful glucose monitoring device, just to name a few.