The Johns Hopkins University’s newest business incubator, set to open formally at the end of April, adds more office and lab space to spur the school’s ongoing effort to commercialize research.
FastForward 1812, located in the East Baltimore development area at 1812 Ashland Ave., offers a home to startup companies trying to build products that grow out of research at the university or its medical school. It’s also open to other Baltimore-area entrepreneurs.
New patents, licenses and startups created with Hopkins technology have been on the rise. Last year, the university reported $58 million in licensing revenue, three times more than the year before, according to Johns Hopkins Technology Ventures, the university’s commercialization office.
Read the full article from The Baltimore Sun.