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VTC CCE director brings lessons learned from his own startups, adjusted for the academic setting.
A true startup leader, investment pros and others are aboard for the continuing relaunch
[updated] Two Vanderbilt grads prepare to raise more capital for their crash-notification system
IDEAS begins with straight talk from the VU campus about Nashville's IT challenges and opportunities
Gleanings from Tennessee media touching upon life-sciences issues and opportunities
In Memphis, this Innova-backed venture's fate is still years away, but rewards may be huge
Startup Tennessee gets operations staff, a tech exec volunteers in Uganda, $ for GOBA and more
Nashville VC's Oak Ridge affiliate has focused one of its startups on commercializing 'the Moses effect'
[updated] Research, development and commercialization news from VU heightens Nashville profile on nation's intellectual map
Petra, VU commercialization, HealthStream, Sustainability Summit, Owen GSM honors, Unum CIO, entrepreneurs young and older and more
Further signals of increasing emphasis on pursuit of opportunities in translational research and tech transfer, commercialization
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Two pharmas are already aboard and other allies for accelerating drug development may be in-the-offing
Chikai Ohazama, a Vanderbilt Engineering alum, drops-in later this week to share his Google adventure with students
The first of several potential new funds will soon test the waters for venture investment
Scott Massey to connect leaders, knowledge, culture and commerce to advance the region and its people.
After a Dutch-owned firm snaps-up Knoxville startup's technology, the venture team is reloading
TNInvestco.. Gibson Guitar.. Medical Trade Center.. $5MM private placement.. ICGLink.. Green VC.. VW and more
Nashville and Tennessee are quickly becoming year-round innovation venues, as this sampling of events makes clear
Spawning a more robust entrepreneurial culture calls for more give-and-take, not more 'control' in the eyes of this veteran of ventures and IPOs
TSU, Vanderbilt, and local business and government may seek to replicate Memphis' initiative in the Capital City
Biomed venture that spun-out of Oak Ridge National Laboratory now has intellectual property to address heart damage
Vanderbilt pharma program inches cautiously toward tech transfer, while key faculty member keeps firm hand on the tiller
The boom in genetic research and some apparently market-ready technology suggest an interesting vehicle for early-stage investment
Nanotechnology innovation promises better drug delivery for treatment of numerous diseases
UPDATED 12:40 p.m. -- Suddenly, there are two groups targeting VU technology to improvement treatment of degenerative eye diseases
If advanced degrees and the tenacity of two athletes can make a difference, this could be the year
Departure from Vanderbilt was always in the cards, but university has now launched a review for possible conflicts of interest
Vanderbilt institute gets a key role with ORNL and UT, in scenario for improving university collaboration and state's entrepreneurism
The yet-to-be-operational TNInvestco capital-formation program seems to have kindled fresh interest in key sectors
TTDC gets its second wind, releases funding for technology and commercialization grants, looks toward future
Christopher Rand's presentation underscores gaps in the capital continuum, but suggests a target-rich environment for seed-stage investors
Departing exec says she sought 'sense of urgency', while interim chairman says he hopes TBA will find 'someone like Leslie' to help group become 'more relevant'
The Vanderbilt School of Engineering and VU's Owen GMS' Entrepreneurship Center are spawning a new generation of Nashville-based entrepreneurs
[UPDATED Aug. 11, 6:53 a.m.] Cumberland Pharmaceuticals' IPO filing became effective yesterday and trades today as CPIX, 27 months after the shelf registration and 20 subsequent amendments
There may be fences to mend, but now it's time for the state's VCs to Cowboy Up and make a move
[Updated] As the stakes get higher for tech transfer and R&D, UT makes far-reaching changes in governance of its research, licensing and venture arm