Accelerate the journey from discovery to commercialization through Open Innovation at Wake Forest. Learn more about our Open Innovation Engagement Model.
Listen to this Bio Report Podcast in which Eric Tomlinson, DSc, PhD, discusses our Open Innovation model and lays out a fresh vision for the future of academic and industry partnerships.
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Wake Forest Innovations brings industry and Wake Forest scientists and clinicians together to appreciate each other’s needs and capabilities, determine common goals, devise practical strategies and coordinate efforts to accelerate the process of developing high-value health care products.
Wake Forest Innovations offers an extensive portfolio of technology licensing opportunities in biomedical and materials science.
Wake Forest Innovations gives industry access to Wake Forest's specialized preclinical and clinical research services.
Wake Forest Innovations drives the creation of a new hub for innovation in biomedical and materials science and information technology.
Wake Forest researchers, Sam Deadwyler, PhD, and Robert Hampson, PhD, along with Theodore Berger, PhD, from the University of Southern California, are featured in Next Big Future for their work in developing an artificial hippocampus, a brain prosthesis. The article, “Update on the leading edge of brain implant research and Kurzweil’s predictions for brain implants in twenty years,” continue reading
Researchers at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center report progress in their quest to build replacement kidneys in the lab. The teams’ goal is to make use of the more than 2,600 kidneys that are donated each year, but must be discarded due to abnormalities and other factors. The scientists aim to “recycle” these organs to continue reading