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According to the U.S. Drought Monitor, fall rains continue to ease drought conditions, but our water-supply drought continues. Proposition 6 aims to solve some of these issues. But the question still remains: Will $2 billion in water projects do the trick, or should we simply wait for more rain? Researchers, policy makes, business owners and engineers discussed the answer at a water, technology, and policy event at The University of Texas on Tuesday.
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When scientific research leads to innovations and discoveries, a university embarks on a path to intelligently transfer those technologies to the private sector in a way that benefits the public. The plan to commercialize an invention varies depending on the nature of the invention, its market niche, and the invention’s stage of development. However, generally speaking, once a university has identified a promising technology and filed a patent, it looks to find an appropriate partner to bring the technology to market.
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Every year the Office of Technology Commercialization pays tribute to innovation and recognizes substantial contributions to society at the Inventor Award Ceremony and Reception. UT Austin is honored to announce this year’s inventor of the year, Thomas Milner, professor of engineering in the Biomedical Engineering Department at The University of Texas at Austin.
Held on November 19, 2013, this unique event brought together some of the world’s brightest innovators and Austin community figures from business, politics, and innovation.
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Advanced Hydro Inc. announced today that it has completed financing and partnership agreements to spin off Green Hydro, LLC, to address increasing demand for water use in hydraulic fracturing (fracking) by developing and desalinating environmentally sustainable brackish water resources in Texas, New Mexico, and the Dakotas.
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