Did You Know?

  • Mayo Clinic has over 2,000 technologies available for licensing. Read more...

  • “Working together accelerates progress far beyond working in isolation.” John Noseworthy, M.D., CEO, Mayo Clinic, as quoted in The Wall Street Journal, January 2, 2015. Read more...

  • Seven new startup companies were formed around Mayo inventions in 2014. Read more...

  • Technologies licensed from Mayo Clinic are used around the world. Read more...

  • More than 950 employees work at companies formed from Mayo Clinic inventions. Read more...

  • 65 startup companies have been formed around Mayo Clinic inventions. Read more...

  • Mayo Clinic has filed over 5,500 patent applications. Read more...

  • 47 percent of Mayo Clinic technology disclosures in the last ten years have been licensed. Read more...

  • Approximately two new inventions are disclosed to Mayo Clinic Ventures each day. Read more...

  • Revenue from Mayo Clinic inventions is critical to supporting Mayo’s nonprofit mission. Read more...

  • At any given time, more than 8,000 human research studies are underway at Mayo Clinic. Read more...

  • Mayo Clinic instituted 2,526 new IRB-approved human studies in 2013 alone. Read more...

  • In 2013, Mayo Clinic published 5,673 articles in peer-reviewed research journals. Read more...

  • In just two years, more than 25 tenants have occupied the Mayo Clinic Business Accelerator. Read more...

  • College students get to experience the business of technology assessment and commercialization strategies first hand through participation in the Mayo Innovation Scholars Program.  Read more...

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Baxter Ventures, Mayo Clinic and Velocity Pharmaceutical Development announce the formation of Vitesse Biologics, LLC, a company structured to accelerate therapeutic innovation. Read more...

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Did You Know?

  • Mayo Clinic has over 2,000 technologies available for licensing. Read more...

  • “Working together accelerates progress far beyond working in isolation.” John Noseworthy, M.D., CEO, Mayo Clinic, as quoted in The Wall Street Journal, January 2, 2015. Read more...

  • Seven new startup companies were formed around Mayo inventions in 2014. Read more...

  • Technologies licensed from Mayo Clinic are used around the world. Read more...

  • More than 950 employees work at companies formed from Mayo Clinic inventions. Read more...

  • 65 startup companies have been formed around Mayo Clinic inventions. Read more...

  • Mayo Clinic has filed over 5,500 patent applications. Read more...

  • 47 percent of Mayo Clinic technology disclosures in the last ten years have been licensed. Read more...

  • Approximately two new inventions are disclosed to Mayo Clinic Ventures each day. Read more...

  • Revenue from Mayo Clinic inventions is critical to supporting Mayo’s nonprofit mission. Read more...

  • At any given time, more than 8,000 human research studies are underway at Mayo Clinic. Read more...

  • Mayo Clinic instituted 2,526 new IRB-approved human studies in 2013 alone. Read more...

  • In 2013, Mayo Clinic published 5,673 articles in peer-reviewed research journals. Read more...

  • In just two years, more than 25 tenants have occupied the Mayo Clinic Business Accelerator. Read more...

  • College students get to experience the business of technology assessment and commercialization strategies first hand through participation in the Mayo Innovation Scholars Program.  Read more...