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PARC Partners With IPVALUE for Commercialization of Intellectual Property
5 May 2005

IPVALUE Management is the leading global firm focused on commercializing intellectual assets in partnership with premier global companies renowned for innovation. Under the multi-year agreement, IPVALUE will spearhead technology licensing initiatives for PARC’s world-class technologies.

 

Fujitsu and PARC Launch Joint Research on Ubiquitous Computing
Aim to Establish a New Era of Ubiquitous Networking
14 December 2004

Working together, the companies will establish and facilitate a new vision of ubiquitous computing that goes well beyond 2010, aiming to make peoples' lives safer, simpler, more efficient, and more comfortable.

 

The Palo Alto Research Center and The Scripps Research Institute Partner To Accelerate Discovery Processes in the Life Sciences
Scripps-PARC Institute for Advanced Biomedical Sciences unveils new method aimed at early cancer detection
19 April 2004

The Fiber Array Scanning Technology (FAST) cytometer uses PARC's competencies in lasers, opto-mechanical engineering, and imaging to detect cancer cells almost 1000 times faster than digital microscopy, the current gold standard.

 

Palo Alto Research Center and Eclipse Announce Release of AspectJ to the Open Source Community
Eclipse Project Forms To Make DARPA Funded Software Available for Enterprise Java Developers
18 March 2003

AspectJ has an active following in both the research and industrial communities, and represents a well-researched toolkit for Aspect Oriented Programming (AOP).

 

The Palo Alto Research Center and The World Computer Exchange Join Together To Bridge The Gap In The Global Information Divide
22 October 2002

PARC initially donated 30 working computers towards the 400 machines being shipped to developing nations.

 

Palo Alto Research Center (PARC) and Crystal IS demonstrate the first UV-LED on AlN substrates
1 April 2002

An important application of solid-state UV optical sources is anticipated to be compact and highly sensitive bioagent detection systems for airborne pathogens like Anthrax spores. Other potential applications of UV LEDs include solid-state white lighting, sterilization and disinfectant devices, and compact analytical devices for the biotechnology and pharmaceutical markets.

 


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