January 4, 2017 | Founded on technology licensed from Brown, Medley Genomics is the first company to focus on genomic heterogeneity to provide personalized treatment regimens for individuals based on their unique mutations.
July 11, 2016 | After researchers spent several years developing an artificial intelligence technology to monitor lab animal behavior, a team of recently graduated entrepreneurs is investigating its commercial potential.
May 18, 2016 | In PBN's "Five Questions With" series, Katie Gordon discusses the mission of TVO and the future of RI biotech.
April 29, 2016 | Read this Providence Business News article on the company's exciting new medical field called Vasculomics.
January 31, 2016 | Body Labs cofounder Eric Rachlin explores the ways that new smart phones equipped with depth sensors could disrupt several major markets before the year is over including fashion and apparel, mapping and navigation, virtual reality and 3D printing.
January 7, 2016 | Takeda and NsGene announced a research partnership to focus on developing encapsulated cell therapies, an experimental technology that originated at Brown University, for the potential treatment of Parkinson’s disease.
November 3, 2015 | Body Labs, founded in 2013 on technology originating at Brown University and provider of some of the world's most advanced technology for analyzing the human body's shape, pose and motion, today announced it has raised $8 Million in Series A funding -- led by Intel Capital.
Neon Awarded as Technology Pioneer by World Economic Forum
Tivorsan Pharmaceuticals to Present at Biotech Showcase 2015 on Monday, January 12
Blackrock Microsystems Launches Wireless Brain Research System
Today, Blackrock Microsystems LLC announced that it has struck an agreement with Brown University to license and commercialize a wireless neural activity monitoring system that will liberate neuroscientists from the cumbersome wires and cables that have burdened their research for decades.
Industry Engagement and Commercial Venturing
The Industry and Engagement and Commercial Venturing Office (IECV) works with faculty to commercialize inventions created from research at Brown. We aim to generate revenue for inventors, the research enterprise, and the University. Brown's IECV strives to achieve these goals by fostering strategic collaborations with industry through licensing, sponsored research, and launching of new ventures.