In today's age of cutting edge research happening at various universities across the globe, scientists innovate and invent new stuff in life sciences round the clock. This effort has to come out of lab/academia so that it can be commercialized and can eventually benefit the larger society.
Most scientists do not have a desire to develop business acumen and skills required for this. The Tech Transfer Offices (TTOs) at different universities act as a gateway between the invention and the markets.
However Tech Transfer Offices (TTOs) need access to a reliable database which can help them evaluate the scientific discovery and advise the university on the commercial potential.
This is where BioHubble comes in and gives insight on whether that technology has already been commercialized or is in process, who is behind it, the intellectual property around it and the investors who have funded it.