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Innovation Overground
The front porch of academic discovery
Category: Science & Medicine
Location: Omaha
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We are the technology transfer and commercialization office for the University of Nebraska Medical Center and the University of...


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December 10, 2018 06:00 AM PST

The obvious common thread between batteries and English muffins is, of course, contact lenses. An unusually high-energy Joe unravels that mystery after whining about battery chemistry and how it basically remains unchanged from Thomas Edison's ideas more than 100 years ago. The crew discusses Innovative power storage technologies await us in the form of…supercapacitors!

Featured Technology: http://www.bris.ac.uk/news/2018/february/supercapacitor.html; https://www.nasa.gov/ames-partnerships/technology/technology-opportunity-metal-oxide-vertical-graphene-hybrid-supercapacitors

Hosts: Charlie Litton (@charlielitton); Tyler Scherr (@dare2scherr); Joe Runge (@HJRunge)

Sponsor:  UNeMed (https://www.unemed.com); @UNeMed

Music: Countdown to Myocardial Infarction, by Peter Gresser. Used with permission. http://sonofactori.com/

December 03, 2018 06:00 AM PST

We live in a brief moment where bacterial infections do not routinely kill people...which is coming to a close. Each day, the medicines we use to treat bacterial infection are getting a little less effective and there are not enough new drugs coming to market. The Overground crew discuss a technology that uses viruses to kill bacterial infections, and the hard choices that confront new technologies throughout the world.

Featured Technology: Phage Lysins https://www.rockefeller.edu/technology-transfer/technologies/infectiousdiseases/fischettilysins/; future technologies to come from UC San Diego Center for Innovative Phage Applications and Therapeutics https://medschool.ucsd.edu/som/medicine/divisions/idgph/research/center-innovative-phage-applications-and-therapeutics/Pages/default.aspx 

Hosts: Charlie Litton (@charlielitton); Tyler Scherr (@dare2scherr); Joe Runge (@HJRunge)

Sponsor:  UNeMed (https://www.unemed.com); @UNeMed

Music: Countdown to Myocardial Infarction, by Peter Gresser. Used with permission. http://sonofactori.com/

November 26, 2018 06:00 AM PST

The Overground takes a moment to discuss an example of what Universities should aspire to: Creating actual things that touch people’s lives. Jonathan Vennerstrom, Ph.D., invented a new formulation for malaria drugs that will dramatically improve access to medicines…prevent the world's leading cause of death for children.

Featured Technology: Antimalarials (Synriam and OZ439) https://www.unmc.edu/news.cfm?match=22804

Hosts: Charlie Litton (@charlielitton); Tyler Scherr (@dare2scherr); Joe Runge (@HJRunge)

Sponsor:  UNeMed (https://www.unemed.com); @UNeMed

Music: Countdown to Myocardial Infarction, by Peter Gresser. Used with permission. http://sonofactori.com/

November 12, 2018 06:00 AM PST

A great invention can come from anywhere, and sometimes not on purpose. As the wise and powerful Bob Ross once said: “There are no mistakes in this world, only happy accidents.” The Overground crew uses a variety of inspirational quotesspolier: “Anyone can cook!”— to address how inventors often back into their best inventions; and how the best inventions often come when not trying to invent anything at all.  

Featured Technology: Self Pacing Treadmill https://www.unemed.com/product/self-pacing-treadmill 

Hosts: Charlie Litton (@charlielitton); Tyler Scherr (@dare2scherr); Joe Runge (@HJRunge) 

Sponsor:  UNeMed (https://www.unemed.com); @UNeMed 

Music: Countdown to Myocardial Infarction, by Peter Gresser. Used with permission. http://sonofactori.com/

November 05, 2018 10:35 AM PST

The internet has made education a little weird. Barriers of distance and resources are crumbling around us. So, if anyone can learn to be a mechanic or a therapist or a surgeon, then how do you know who to trust? The Overground crew discusses E-learning and how the internet is dragging the University of Nebraska into the 21st century. 

Featured Technology: UNMC E-Learning program https://www.unmc.edu/elearning/_documents/ELearning_AnnualRpt_2017.pdf 

Hosts: Charlie Litton (@charlielitton); Tyler Scherr (@dare2scherr); Joe Runge (@HJRunge) 

Sponsor:  UNeMed (https://www.unemed.com); @UNeMed 

Music: Countdown to Myocardial Infarction, by Peter Gresser. Used with permission. http://sonofactori.com/

October 29, 2018 06:00 AM PDT

The Overground welcomes its first-ever guest: Dr. Michael Dixon. He tells the tale of Creatine Ethyl Esteran actual thing, actually produced in Nebraska that you can buy from a store shelf...today. Yay! Michael tells how the University had to use its intellectual property to ensure knock-offs and unsafe products were removed from the market.  

Hosts: Charlie Litton (@charlielitton); Tyler Scherr (@dare2scherr); Joe Runge (@HJRunge) 

Sponsor:  UNeMed (https://www.unemed.com); @UNeMed 

Music: Countdown to Myocardial Infarction, by Peter Gresser. Used with permission. http://sonofactori.com/

October 22, 2018 06:00 AM PDT

When they asked you when Innovation Overground finally figured itself out you tell them, "Episode 14." The Overground crew uses its newfound charisma and chemistry to dissect Charlie’s beef with his brother’s boss... with a rollicking discussion of inventorship and authorship. This is the first episode of a brand-new era. Oh, and that’s right, its "share" not "sure."

Hosts: Charlie Litton (@charlielitton); Tyler Scherr (@dare2scherr); Joe Runge (@HJRunge) 

Sponsor:  UNeMed (https://www.unemed.com); @UNeMed 

Music: Countdown to Myocardial Infarction, by Peter Gresser. Used with permission. http://sonofactori.com/

October 15, 2018 06:00 AM PDT

The market wants what the market wants. The trick to picking winners from losers in technology transfer is to let the market pick them for you. The Overground crew discuss the surprising results of selling inventions – even the ones that don’t seem sell-able.  

Featured Technology: Hemodialysis Catheter: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OVc4oqR39h8; Biocontainment unit: https://www.unemed.com/product/image-level-3-quarantine;   

Hosts: Charlie Litton (@charlielitton); Tyler Scherr (@dare2scherr); Joe Runge (@HJRunge) 

Sponsor:  UNeMed (https://www.unemed.com); @UNeMed 

Music: Countdown to Myocardial Infarction, by Peter Gresser. Used with permission. http://sonofactori.com/

October 08, 2018 06:00 AM PDT

Fail, fail, fail, fail... fail. Maybe failure is too harsh of a term. The Overground crew discuss what startups learn in failure: relationships, strategy and how to do it better the next time.  

Featured Technology: UNETECH: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EVhs9Niz5X0 

Hosts: Charlie Litton (@charlielitton); Tyler Scherr (@dare2scherr); Joe Runge (@HJRunge) 

Sponsor:  UNeMed (https://www.unemed.com); @UNeMed 

Music: Countdown to Myocardial Infarction, by Peter Gresser. Used with permission. http://sonofactori.com/

October 01, 2018 06:00 AM PDT

Biomechanics is the next big thing. Skeptical? How about using biomechanics to make affordable 3D-printed prosthetics for children. Or what about using biomechanics to revolutionize the world’s fifth leading cause of death. Still skeptical? Fine. We also have an exploding shoe. 

Hosts: Charlie Litton (@charlielitton); Tyler Scherr (@dare2scherr); Joe Runge (@HJRunge) 

Sponsor:  UNeMed (https://www.unemed.com); @UNeMed 

Music: Countdown to Myocardial Infarction, by Peter Gresser. Used with permission. http://sonofactori.com/

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