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An Alternative View of scaling up regional knowledge transfer output

We are all familiar with the traditional “ funnel” model of technology transfer. On paper, this model looks deceptively simple.

 

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Being a recognized TT professional good for credibility and confidence

In the technology transfer profession, we are mostly dependent on public funding and political decisions. As a result, we have the urge to have a high need for stability and durable recognition.

 

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Blinatumomab Breakthrough drug emerges for B-cell ALL

After decades of research, scientists have discovered a drug that engages the immune system to fight B-precursor acute lymphoblastic leukemia, a rare and aggressive type of cancer.

 

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Cassini - True corneal shape analysis aids corrective eye surgeries

This diagnostic tool provides images of both the front and back surfaces of the cornea for a more accurate picture to guide medical procedures.

 

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Changing the Guard

As many academic institutions begin a new fiscal year, let’s take a moment to celebrate the end of an era in academic technology transfer (TT).

 

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Clinell sporicidal Wipes: Superwipe vs. superbug

UK’s top supplier of disinfectant wipes partnered with Cardiff University to produce clinical proof that a sporicidal wipe can kill the resilient bacterium, Clostridium Difficile. Their award winning partnership has yielded more positive outcomes than they hoped for.

 

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Crowdfunding Science

By definition, it is a practice of funding a project or venture by raising many small amounts of money from a large number of people, typically via the internet.

 

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Digit Triplet Test Screening for hearing loss made swift and easy

The University of Leuven has created a three-minute self-screening method for discovering hearing problems, which is now being used in schools and offices.

 

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Entrepreneurship for Physicists

Entrepreneurship for Physicists: A Practical Guide to Move Ideas from University to Market offers a concise analysis of the key ingredients that enable entrepreneurs to bring added value to their customers.

 

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Four things to know about venture capital-funded spin-offs

Seeing the company I founded sell for a huge amount of money while personally making very little from it is, of course, frustrating.

 

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Glybera uniQure launches first gene therapy product for LPL deficiency

Gene therapy used to be a far-off idea in the medical world, but with the trailblazing approval of the world’s first gene therapy product, Glybera, a normal life may no longer be a dream for patients with genetic illnesses.

 

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Blood test products improve management of chronic kidney disease

With the 1,25-dihydroxy vitamin D blood tests manufactured by IDS, doctors and patients have an additional tool to diagnose and manage CKD.