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Agricultural Oils Treat Contaminated Water

Laboratory: Savannah River National Laboratory (SRNL) Technology: Groundwater treatment that employs agricultural oils to stimulate endogenous microbes, which accelerates the cleanup. Opportunity: Available for license. Interested companies will be requested to submit a business plan setting forth...
Agricultural Research Service debuts 3 new Joy peach varieties
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Agricultural Research Service debuts 3 new Joy peach varieties

The Agricultural Research Service (ARS) has released a trio of Joy peaches—Rich Joy, Liberty Joy and Crimson Joy—to enhance the southeastern fresh peach market. Rich Joy is named for its fruit's rich flavor and as a way to honor ARS peach breeder William Richardson Okie, who retired in 2014...
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AIA Roundup

As America Invents Act policies fall into place, read the latest news: Patent Litigation After First-Inventor-to-File: How Long Will We Wander in a Wilderness? (Business Law Today) Open Season on Patents Starts Thursday, Thanks to Crowdsourced Platform (Wired) Section 18 of the America Invents Act...
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AIA Webinar Series Update

On Monday, we held the second webinar in our America Invents Act (AIA) webinar series. Janet Gongola, who is responsible for implementation of the AIA, as well as educating the public on what it means for them, got "in the weeds" with us on patent-related final rules. She answered your questions...
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AIA Webinar Series Update - New Dates

If you’re worried about having missed our final AIA webinar, don’t be. Thanks to Hurricane Sandy, we have rescheduled the webinar for next Thursday, Nov. 8. There’s still plenty of time to sign up . The webinar will feature Administrative Trial Judge Sally Medley, who is...
Air Force awards SBIR grant to makers of iDrink water
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Air Force awards SBIR grant to makers of iDrink water

Las Vegas, Nev.-based greenONE Holdings has been awarded a grant from the U.S. Air Force to create nutritional products for warfighters that utilize the same Nutrient Delivery System technology featured in the company’s popular iDrink water. The Phase 1 Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR)...
Air Force enlists T2 partners to keep Airmen active
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Air Force enlists T2 partners to keep Airmen active

The U.S. Air Force (USAF) is making technology transfer part of its efforts to improve physical performance and reduce injury rates among its warfighters. AFWERX, the Air Force’s collaborative innovation team, is partnering with Buffalo, NY-based CoachMePlus and its Reston, Va.-based partner, The...

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