Best practices to engage researchers with commercialisation and tech transfer
The success of a TTO depends on making sure that academics see commercialisation as a route to generate impact from their research.
In this webinar, three technology transfer professionals from institutes in the UK, USA and Europe (profiled below) will discuss their approaches to engaging academic researchers with commercialisation, entrepreneurship and industry collaboration.
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