Auburn Invests in Native Invention

Auburn University’s two-year-old Launch initiative has invested $300,000 in university-born research — looking to bridge the gap between lab testing and commercialization.

Peter Panizzi, a professor at Auburn’s Harrison School of Pharmacy, is working to develop, test and market “Clot-in-a-Can,” an agent that quickly stops bleeding and can be carried in a first aid kit. Photo by Julie Bennett In 2017, Bernhard Kaltenboeck was at a crossroads with research he had been doing since…

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