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Six Myths About Venture Capitalists

Steve Jobs, Mark Zuckerberg, Sergey Brin: We celebrate these entrepreneurs for their successes, and often equally extol the venture capitalists who backed their start-ups and share in their glory.

 

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Targeted inhalation improves aerosol therapy efficiency

The efficiency of drug delivery to the lungs depends on various parameters, some of which are influenced by the inhalation system being utilised.

 

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Some observations of a peripatetic tech transfer agent

‘Technology Transfer Associate?’ the border agent will typically ask, scanning my landing card. ‘What do you actually do?’ and ‘Does such a job actually exist?’

 

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Staying afloat - how micro TTOs can best use their resources

Technology transfer is an exciting and growing field, but there is naturally a great variety in maturity of operations, both between countries and individual institutions.

 

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STORM® Skills Training Science steps in to prevent suicides

Finally, a research programme at the University of Manchester put together evidence-based skills training to equip people to detect and address suicidal tendencies.

 

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Success for SMEs on the Invest Horizon programme

Small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) are vital to the European economy and account for a massive 99% of all businesses in the EU.

 

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The evolution of tech transfer in Ireland 2006-2016

Author of this blog, Tom Flanagan is Director of Enterprise and Commercialisation at NovaUCD University College Dublin and a member of ASTP’s Professional Development Committee.

 

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Good pitch: a key skill for those seeking investment

At the Cambridge Postdoc Enterprise Competition grand finale on 27 October the quality of the finalists’ pitches was vital to their chances of success.

 

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The Keys to Successful Technology In-Licensing

In designing new products and services, companies consider licensing technology as a means of getting to market quickly while reducing risk as well as the expenditure associated with the development stage.

 

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The MAGIC for Successful Technology Transfer

In a perfect world of licensing, TTOs may dream of a discovery licensed to a medical company, which continues developing it until it has established proof-of-concept in humans.

 

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The Value of Open Innovation

Open innovation asserts that a company or organization should make greater use of external ideas in its business and allow its own ideas to go out beyond its own boundaries to others to use in their businesses

 

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Monodisperse microbubbles produce ultra-clear ultrasound images

Traditional imaging techniques used to be a bane to patients concerned about their long-term health and finances. With the patented microfluidic technique introduced by Tide Microfluidics in medical imaging, such issues may finally be a thing of the past.