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University of Georgia Research Foundation to develop an innovative approach to fabric dyeing that will greatly reduce, and perhaps eliminate, the need for water in dyeing cotton and cotton/polyester fabrics and yarns.
Abeome owns an exclusive license for the technology from the University of Georgia Research Foundation.
TifEagle is being licensed to certified seed producers under a collaborative agreement between ARS and the Georgia Seed Development Commission and University of Georgia Research Foundation, both located in Athens.
a leader in human embryonic stem cell derived products, announced today that it has entered into an exclusive worldwide technology licensing agreement with the University of Georgia Research Foundation that will enable the company to commercialize human mesenchymal cells developed at the University of Georgia.
edu/ The Georgia BioBusiness Center is a program sponsored by the University of Georgia Research Foundation (UGARF) and is in partnership with the Center for Applied Genetic Technologies (CAGT).
EAU" or "Company") (BULLETIN BOARD: EAUI) , a leading provider of EO Water -- EMPOWERED WATER(TM) -- for high-volume, business-to-business applications, and the University of Georgia Research Foundation, Inc.
Euroscreen has also established collaborations with academic centres, such as Brussels University, Mount Sinai School of Medicine, the University of Georgia Research Foundation and the University of Toronto, for access to its GPCR-based products (recombinant cell lines and membrane preparations) and services (custom screening and research services).
Abeome holds an exclusive license for the technology from the University of Georgia Research Foundation.