Bill Dean, a veteran financial and research park executive with more than three decades of experience in developing innovative ideas for research parks, life science parks and biotech incubators, has been selected as the executive director of the Auburn Research and Technology Foundation.
In an effort to ensure those in the Auburn community continuing to serve are protected, faculty, staff and students at the Auburn University Harrison School of Pharmacy came together to compound, package and deliver hand sanitizer.
Auburn University’s premier student-led entrepreneurship competition crowned a winner on Friday, April 10, as SwiftSku, a platform that brings Big Data to convenience stores, secured first place and $25,000 in capital funding.
An Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine assistant professor will soon commence testing of new vaccine candidates that could offer protection against COVID-19 and help prevent the spread.
Medical facilities across the region in dire need of protective face masks soon will get a much-needed boost in supplies, thanks to a new Auburn University initiative.
FetchMe is offering assistance to those in need of items that have disappeared from the store shelves such as toilet paper, hand towels, bleach and many more items.
An Auburn University research team is racing against the clock to get a device they’ve built into mass production. The innovative unit—which turns a CPAP machine into an emergency ventilator—was successfully tested on a live goat last Friday.
Auburn University tax expert Kerry Inger, associate professor in the School of Accountancy in the Harbert College of Business, explains how individuals and corporations can apply and benefit from the recently passed Families First Coronavirus Response Act and the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act.
How can small businesses survive the effects of the coronavirus shutdown? Auburn professor Dave Ketchen offers his advice.
Michael Zabala, an engineering professor at Auburn, and his colleagues spent the last two weeks in his home garage developing the RE-INVENT attachment after learning about the United States ventilator shortage.