Associate Clinical Professor Eric Menkhus represented the College of Law and its Technology Ventures Legal Clinic at an awards ceremony at Dublin City University on Monday, Nov. 10. Last spring, students in the legal clinic, under the leadership of Menkhus, worked on teams with business students from Dublin to analyze commercialization strategies for DCU technologies and prepare commercialization/business plans.The best were recognized at the awards ceremony. First prize was awarded to a team, including College alumnus David Klinger (Class of 2008), that designed the Ammonia Breath Monitor. It's described as a safe and non-invasive breath monitor for patients needing home dialysis that also has the potential to improve the diagnosis and treatment of kidney and liver disease. Second prize went to the team for MIKEAL: Management Infrastructure for Knowledge-based Adaptive E-Learning content, which included College alumnus Stuart Kimball (also Class of 2008). It uses the concepts of semantic Web and ontologies to create the next generation of content authoring tools for use with e-learning content.While in Dublin, Menkhus also gave a talk on the topic of university technology transfer in the United States, especially at ASU, and the legal and business structures that facilitate the commercialization of university intellectual property.