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Licensing of Academic Patents Has Contributed Up to $1.3 Trillion to US Economy

The licensing of university research has made a significant contribution to US gross domestic product …

Technology Transfer: Making A Better World

As our dear friend, the late Howard Bremer was so fond of saying, the underlying …

Corporate-Sponsored University Research Valuable for Further Innovation

New research published in Nature, Technology Transfer: Industry-funded academic inventions boost innovation, provides data undermining …

Bayh-Dole and Technology Transfer Continue to Deliver

The Association of University Technology Managers released the 2012 AUTM U.S. Licensing Activity Survey Highlights …

Academics to be Featured at the 2013 BIO Alliance Pavilion

I think it safe to say that the U.S. biotechnology industry has its R&D roots …

2012 BIO Technology Transfer Symposium

BIO’s Technology Transfer Symposium is right around the corner, next Monday, October 8th in fact. And …

Technology Transfer: Promoting Public-Private Collaborations for Innovation

BIO President and CEO Jim Greenwood penned an op-ed for the September issue of BioPharm …

Finding Value in Early Stage Collaborations at the BIO Technology Transfer Symposium

The BIO Technology Transfer Symposium dissects recent academia-industry collaborations and evaluates the value in early …

Preview: AUTM U.S. Licensing Survey: FY2011

We’ve seen compelling evidence recently about the positive impact of university licensing activity. As we …

Spotlight on India’s Emerging Biotech Sector

India’s biotechnology sector is a burgeoning one, with more than 325 companies and some with …