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  • Announcing the New Maryland Momentum Fund

    In an effort to increase commercialization of its leading-edge research and support the growth of promising companies, the University System of Maryland (USM ) is launching a new $25million early-stage investment fund, the...

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  • UM BALTIMORE AND SURGIGYN, INC. ENTER EXCLUSIVE LICENSING DEAL FOR MEDICAL DEVICE TECHNOLOGY

    SurgiGyn also announced that it has closed a seed round of funding from UM Ventures and a private investor.

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  • Harpoon Medical Named Among Top 10 in Technical.ly's Most Exciting Startups in Baltimore Right Now

    Harpoon makes a device that would create a shorter, less invasive open-heart surgery procedure on the mitral valve.

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  • Washington Post - Start-up IonQ Sees Opportunity in Still-Developing Area of Quantum Computers

    Quantum Computing Appears Ready to Take the Next Step

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  • Technical.ly Baltimore: How CoapTech Turned a Feeding Tube Innovation Into a Company

    CoFounders Steven Tropello and Howard Carolan found support from the University of Maryland and a variety of local startup resources.

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  • PaxVax’s Vaxchora™ Now Available as the Only U.S. Approved Vaccine for Protection Against Cholera

    The only vaccine for protection against cholera in the United States

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  • UMB Launches new Copyright License Agreement

    The New SEEK License Option is copyrighted material to screen for several common problems that are risk factors for child maltreatment.

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  • Hot Technologies Available for Licensing

    UM Ventures is organized to move research outcomes into products and services, tools and diagnostics that will benefit society.

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