OREM, Utah – October 16, 2020 – ( Newswire.com )
“Academic industry agreements like this one between the University of Maryland and Rain International are a great example of transferring new technologies from the laboratory bench to the market, bringing these discoveries to consumers,” said Dr. Kenneth Porter, Director, UM Ventures, College Park.
“This opportunity we have, to leverage and utilize these new technologies and discoveries from the University of Maryland, is something that is unique to our company,” said Byron Belka, the CEO and Founder of Rain International. “It’s going to improve the way we do things in an enormous way, which, consequently, will improve the lives and lifestyles of others in the process.”
Dr. Yu’s work is unique because it adds value to seed flour which is normally a waste product. She has investigated the nutritional value of seed flour in gut microbiota modulation, reducing oxidative stress and