University funds have a unique opportunity to bridge the gap to commercialisation.

Until the 2008 financial crisis, the formula for commercializing university inventions had remained unchanged for a half century – intellectual property (IP) rights to develop university technologies are licensed to companies, and universities are paid royalties on the basis of the success of these technologies. Often, IP rights are transferred to new start- ups that…

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