Best practices for university-industry collaboration around COVID-19
COVID-19 has been a game-changer for university-industry collaborations. Not only has it highlighted the value of the two sectors working together, it has also required both sides of the community to find new ways of working to rapidly commercialise research to address the pandemic.
In this webinar, we’re aiming to provide a unique insight into how leading technology transfer and research commercialisation offices are approaching industry collaborations and the commercialisation of COVID-19 related research and technology.
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