Insights from BCC Research

What Our Members Are Up To Pt. 5

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We're back with our fifth(!) installment of What Our Members Are Up To, a monthly blog that highlights the recent accomplishments of our members who are doing amazing work in their fields—from academia, corporate and everything in between.

To catch up on past blogs, check out What Our Members Are Up To Part 1, Part 2, Part 3 and Part 4.

Academic Members—University and College Libraries

Duke University made this video promoting its takeout service...and it went viral.

Penn State is organizing virtual discussions about making research in environmental sciences and earth sciences more inclusive.

Carnegie Mellon is implementing robotics into garments.

University of Alberta has one of the winners of the 2020 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine in their Virology Department.

Iowa State established their Student Innovation Center that offers events, lectures and trainings with prestigious guests on comedy writing public speaking alternative agriculture and more.

Tech Transfer—Tech Transfer Offices, Commercialization Outfits

This startup from University of Maryland's TTO just raised $1M in funding.

This startup from NuTech is featured in National Geographic and Bloomberg for helping combat the West Coast fires.

Rutgers University is hosting Innovation & Commercialization 101 Bootcamp, which aims to educate innovators the entire commercialization process.

Corporate Members—Large Organizations, Small Businesses, Mid-Size Companies in Varied Industries

3M awarded 14-year-old Anika Chebrolu with a $25K prize for her in-silico methodology that discovered a lead molecule that selectively binds to the spike protein of the COVID19 virus.

Grifols acquired 10% of the online marketplace Bloodbuy to continue to deliver patient care effectively, especially during COVID19.

Saint Gobain created their Tower Showroom, a tactile, interactive experience that allows the public to get engaged and excited about the brand.

Inspired by the work that our members are doing? Here’s what they have in common: They use BCC’s market research to support their projects, distinguish themselves in the marketplace, engage in world-changing research and much more.

Explore how BCC Research can support you, too.

Written by Sarah Greenberg on Oct 26, 2020 11:00:00 AM

Sarah Greenberg is the Manager of Content Marketing at BCC Research. She creates our blog, social media and email content.