This month sees TT Regions return to its starting point last year of the UK and Scandinavia.

It’s been a whole year since Global University Venturing started its technology transfer regions features, which means this month takes us back to our starting point: UK and Scandinavia. With neither big developments in Norway or Denmark since we last visited the countries in GUV Issue 006 over the past year, this month our focus falls on the UK and Sweden.


United Kingdom

If Global University Venturing’s latest 2014 data is anything to go by, the United Kingdom remains the second most active region for research commercialisation in the world. Built on the back of one of the oldest and most prestigious higher education systems in the world, the UK’s universities are one of the main pillars upon which the success of the country is built upon. It’s also a sector that is generally trending in the right direction, with key metrics (see Higher Education Funding Council for England…

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