Visualizing Gene Expression In Situ

New startup to commercialize FISSEQ technology that sequences and maps thousands of RNAs within cells and tissues

Advancing Science, Harnessing Innovation

Six-year, $8.4M research alliance with Tata companies pioneers a new model of technology development

Leadership Development

Tata Fellows at HBS will collaborate with Harvard research teams to develop commercialization plans for arising technologies. X

Accelerating Materials Discovery

Harvard licenses powerful molecular screening platform to Kyulux, developer of OLED display technologies

Molecular Design

“Our screening software has great potential to really change the nature of materials discovery in commercial R&D,” said Prof. Alán Aspuru-Guzik. X

Identifying Chemicals in the Field

Harvard spinout Validere to commercialize ‘liquid fingerprinting’ technique

Watermark Ink

Harvard technology exploits the chemical and optical properties of engineered materials to distinguish liquids by their surface tension. X

Overcoming HIV Drug Resistance

Technology licensed to startup Aldatu Biosciences may be a powerful tool for clinicians treating HIV in developing nations

Getting to Zero

“If you can identify resistance early and switch patients to the right drugs, you can reduce new infections,” says David Raiser (left), PhD ’15, CEO of Aldatu. X