Brookhaven National Laboratory teams up with non-profit business development organisation the Long Island Capital Alliance [LICA].

The Long Island Capital Alliance [LICA], a non-profit formation and business development organisation, has partnered with Brookhaven National Laboratory [BNL], a technology research institution. Brookhaven’s Relativistic Heavy Ion Collider, which studies what the universe might have been like during the first day’s of creation, is pictured.

Brookhaven National Laboratory’s Walter Copan, managing director of technology commercialisation and partnerships, said: "Developing technological breakthroughs into successful businesses requires at least three key components: technology, management, and capital. BNL and LICA believe that…

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