Technology commercialization firms float in UK–but not elsewhere

Moran, Nuala
July 2007
Nature Biotechnology;Jul2007, Vol. 25 Issue 7, p697
Academic Journal
The article discusses the development of technology commercialization companies in Great Britain. It is noted that the government is putting on universities to extract value from their research. In addition, the author noted that institutional investors view the commercialization specialists as a way of tapping into the potential stemming from the huge amount of public money spent on university research.


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