Innovation News

Bringing Value to Medical Device Development

When Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center neurosurgeon Charles Branch Jr., MD, found a better way to break up blood clots during traumatic brain injury surgery, he turned to Wake Forest Innovations for help. Over the past year, the Medical Device Accelerator program has transformed his invention into a working prototype of stainless steel, springs and continue reading

Wake Forest University Named in Top University Patent Holders

Wake Forest University was named in the Top 100 Worldwide Universities Granted U.S. Utility Patents for 2015. The list recognizes both the importance of patents in academic innovation and the work that universities like Wake Forest do in producing new technologies that improve the human condition.