Inventor HandbookThe UNeBlog strives to inform the UNMC community what UNeMed is doing, share news about technology transfer and commercialization, elaborate on methods and best practices to protect inventions, and report on research development, available programs, and new opportunities. We also hope that the UNeBlog will incite some new ideas that will assist in the development of basic research toward clinical stages.

Intelligent Design: Smarter research for smarter drugs

by Charles Litton | April 30, 2015 Many drugs have the same problem. They often bumble around, interacting with whatever tissue they meet, blind to the difference between diseased and healthy tissue. That’s why, when a medication stumbles into enough … Continue reading

The year in review: Highlights from 2014

by Charlie Litton Before moving forward it’s often useful to pause for a moment and reflect on the year that was. Here’s a review of some of the most important stories, developments, most popular posts and other highlights from UNeMed … Continue reading

More to tech transfer than meets the eye

by Tyler Mueller, UNeMed When I first told people about my internship, I really didn’t know what to say. It was before I had even started working there. Before I went in for the interview, I visited the website and … Continue reading

Jack Mayfield, 63

by Charlie Litton, UNeMed The small office where Jack Mayfield churned out agreements and licensing contracts at near prolific rates remains dark today. Jack fell from an apparent heart attack Tuesday. By Friday the 63-year-old was gone. Jack joined UNMC … Continue reading

Scientists explore the ‘Dark Side': Careers away from the bench

by Agnes Lenagh, Ph.D., UNeMed OMAHA, Neb. (Sept. 12, 2014) — While not all scientists accept the existence of careers outside academia or industry, universities are finding value in showcasing alternate career paths available to scientists in biomedical fields. UNMC … Continue reading
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