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UGA and Innosol Health sign option agreement to commercialize oral thin film strip for athletes

By Jesse Schwartz
Published: November 15th, 2023

The University of Georgia (UGA) Research Foundation and Innosol Health have entered into an option agreement to commercialize an oral thin film strip that enhances exercise performance in athletes.

Developed by UGA researcher Jamie A. Cooper, the patented strip leverages cutting-edge delivery mechanisms to provide users with a quick and efficient energy boost. The technology could revolutionize the way athletes harness energy on the go and during competitive events.

Under the terms of the agreement, Innosol will have the exclusive option to license the strip patent.

“We are excited about the potential of this performance energy oral thin film strip patent and the opportunity to work with Dr. Cooper,” says Michael Kuhbock, president of Innosol. “We believe that this patented technology will revolutionize the way athletes manage and boost their energy levels in a competitive environment.”

Cooper comments, “I am pleased to collaborate with Innosol, a company known for its dedication to delivering high-quality healthcare solutions. Our performance energy oral thin film strip patent has the potential to transform the energy enhancement market, and together with Innosol, we are committed to bringing this innovation to consumers around the world.”

Source: Cision

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