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Florida Institute Funds Miami-Based Heart Genomics 2.8.13

  Florida Institute Provides Seed Funding to Miami-Based Heart Genomics Seed-Stage Company Focused on Diagnostics for Heart Disease Gainesville and Boca Raton, FL – February 8, 2013 -The Institute for the Commercialization of Public Research announced today that it has finalized a funding agreement...

Bill Would Drastically Increase State Funding For High-Tech Startups 2.7.13

  By Jessica Palombo WFSU, February 1, 2013- When Florida researchers have a great idea for a new drug or other technology, they can hire private consultants to help bring their brainchild to life in the marketplace. Or they can get business help—for free—from the state-run tech incubator. That...

Get to know your neighbors: Universities provide more than education 1.24.13

  South Florida Business Journal, January 19, 2013- This is the first monthly guest column by Jane Teague, COO of the Florida Institute for the Commercialization of Public Research. Her columns will focus on the technology industry and related fields. At a time when business, academic and community...

Duffell: Florida must encourage creativity, technology 1.22.13

  By Andrew Duffell Sun Sentinel, December 31, 2012- More than in recent years, 2013 is a time for fresh starts. An historic presidential election is settled, the U.S. is slowly recovering from the Great Recession, and now we have to heal after the unspeakable events at Sandy Hook Elementary School...

Biscayne Pharmaceuticals Closes $1.5 Million Financing to Advance Recent Discoveries of Pioneering Endocrine Drug Researcher 1.18.13

  —New Company Is Developing Growth Hormone-Releasing Hormone Therapeutics Initially Targeting Resistant Prostate Cancer and Coronary Heart Disease —Biscayne Scientific Advisor and Nobel Laureate Dr. Andrew V. Schally Has Discovered Multiple Successful Drugs Miami, FL – January 18, 2013 –Biscayne...

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