Kerafast Partners with the National Cancer Institute (NCI) – Enables Sharing of NCI Research Materials through Kerafast platform Partnership seeks to advance scientific discovery by offering important bioreagents Boston, Mass; Aug 19, 2015. Kerafast Inc., developers of an online platform to facilitate accessibility to unique bioresearch materials from academic and government laboratories across the globe,
Rutgers University researchers are sharing many unique reagents through Kerafast, including cyclic diguanosine monophosphate, exocyst complex antibodies and a CD44CR1-GFP reporter plasmid. Scientists across the globe have used these materials to accelerate their research—and the Rutgers Office of Research Commercialization has played a key role in making that possible. Rutgers licensing manager Dr. Shan Wan
Kerafast Community Profile: Dr. Patrick Reynolds, Licensing Associate at the University of Tennessee Research Foundation
The University of Tennessee Research Foundation is a nonprofit organization that promotes the commercialization of University of Tennessee (UT) intellectual property. As one of the foundation’s licensing associates, Dr. Patrick Reynolds manages the commercialization of various life science technologies, medical devices and software. Dr. Reynolds has played a key role in adding novel reagents to
By Wendy Ma I recently had the amazing opportunity to go to the first-ever Festival of Genomics, which took place June 23 and 24 at the Boston Convention Center, a few blocks away from Kerafast’s office in downtown Boston. As the blueprint of life, genes direct cell function by encoding for the creation of proteins.
As you may have seen, we recently welcomed two summer interns to the Kerafast office. We’re excited to introduce a third intern to the team, Wendy Ma. Wendy is a rising junior at Wellesley College in Massachusetts, pursuing a major in biology. This summer she is serving as Kerafast’s product management intern. She’ll be helping
A Big Welcome to the Kerafast Summer Interns! Here at Kerafast, we just welcomed two new team members: digital marketing intern Jillian Katz from Roger Williams University and graphic design intern Lidia Tokareva from Bunker Hill Community College. We wanted to take this opportunity to introduce them and their roles at Kerafast. Jillian Katz, Digital
Kerafast Community Profile: Ammy M. Santiago, Kerafast Fellow at Rutgers University The Kerafast fellowship program provides scientists with real-life experience in the technology commercialization field. Fellows work with Kerafast and their university’s technology transfer office to engage researchers in identifying new and unique reagents for addition to the Kerafast platform, where the materials can be