Universities are fast becoming ground-zero for the commercialization of new technologies based on internal intellectual property (IP).

This article, edited for Global University Venturing house style, was first published in the New York Academy of Sciences Magazine.

Universities have long been touted for their role in regional and state economic development, not only for their well-established role in education and research but, increasingly, the commercialization of new technologies.  New spin-off companies, based on intellectual property (IP) stemming from university research and development (R&D), offer a promising vehicle for technology commercialization and have the potential to generate…

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