Month: December 2020 - MSU Innovation Center

Working Remotely

Despite the many challenges this year, we remain committed to telling the stories of research, entrepreneurship and innovation happening across Michigan State University. As always, the MSU Innovation Center staff is eager to help faculty and researchers advance their efforts on many fronts. Working from home and being away from our beautiful campus has been … Continued


Meet one of MSU IC’s tech managers: Anupam Jhingran

Anupam Jhingran, Ph.D. is a technology manager at the MSU Innovation Center overseeing inventions in Life Sciences, which includes human therapeutics, veterinary medicine and research tools. His role is multifaceted, and includes engaging with faculty and research scientists, Intellectual Property (IP) attorneys, business partners and entrepreneurs across campus. Working with university researchers, Jhingran helps identify … Continued


Welcome Julia Miller, MSU IC’s new technology transfer fellow

The MSU Innovation Center recently welcomed Julia Miller as a technology transfer fellow. After a long and rigorous journey, completing her undergrad at MSU and earning a Ph.D. at Cornell University, Miller has found her way back to East Lansing to pursue a career in technology transfer with MSU Technologies (MSUT), a unit under the … Continued


Award recipients to advance cancer research efforts through grant

MSU professors of pharmacology and toxicology Edmund Ellsworth and Karen Liby were recently awarded a Targeted Support Grant for Technology Development (TSGTD) – a grant that will provide funding to support their research to enhance cancer treatments. This grant provides funding for the enhancement, optimization and development of selected technologies that have commercial potential as … Continued


Scholarship recipient wants people to ‘live happier, healthier lives’

This year’s Ian Gray Scholarship recipient is working to save lives with a device he created that replicates a traditional vape — minus the smoke, nicotine and charge. Brendan Wang, a junior in MSU’s Eli Broad College of Business, is dedicated to helping solve our society’s vaping epidemic. “I’ve seen the first-hand effects that nicotine … Continued


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