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Date:8/17/2009

as much as 5 percent to 7 percent of this market," said Gennaro Gama, a senior technology manager with UGARF in charge of licensing the portfolio. "We found in Performance Indicator the qualities of a dedicated business partner, and this agreement represents a completely new and untapped business opportunity for UGARF and UGA's new generation of researchers working in this field."

"We are very proud of Dr. Jia's work at the University of Puerto Rico and his long-lasting and productive collaboration with UGARF," said Mariluz Frontera-Fernandez, director of the Office of Intellectual Property, University of Puerto Rico. "This constitutes a distinctive example of how discoveries made during the course of collaborative research at the university are licensed to industry for commercialization."


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Contact: Terry Hastings
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706-542-5941
University of Georgia
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