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The NAI shares information relating to academic invention and innovation, and publicizes the impactful work of our membership. This section contains NAI press releases, articles, newsletters, photos, and videos. It also contains contact information for NAI communications staff.

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Congratulations to our #FNAIs elected into IAMBE Class of 2020:
Christopher Bowman - @CUBoulder
Ashutosh Chilkoti - @DukeU
Mark Griswold - @cwru
Cato Laurencin - @UConn

#Honored #Inventors #NAI #NAIFellow #NAIFellowsLeadingtheWay #Inspirational

Congratulations to Dr. Valentine Nzengung at The University of Georgia his election as #NAIFellow!

We also thank him for sharing his story of MuniRem that neutralizes explosives using #EarthFriendly ingenuity! University of Georgia

The @uspto has launched a new IP marketplace platform, Patents 4 Partnerships, for a searchable repository of patents and published patent applications related to the COVID-19 pandemic that are indicated as available for licensing.

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Mark Griswold of the CaseWReserve Biomed Eng Dept
was elected a member/Fellow of the International Academy of Medical and Biological Engineering #IAMBE More here Also member @AcadofInventors Fellow @aimbe #InternlSocMRI

One of five new @AcadofInventors senior members from #USF, Dr. Cesar Borlongan is a pioneer in stem cell therapy for stroke patients.

Holding 16 patents, his research has led to five FDA-approved clinical trials of cell transplantation.

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