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Connecticut Considers New Bills to Support Tech-Transfer

Connecticut state legislators are proposing several bills to increase the state’s supporting role in technology transfer and regional entrepreneurship…

With a growing desire to boost technology transfer efforts in Connecticut, lawmakers are considering several bills that aim to encourage the commercialization of dormant research or technology sitting on the shelves of universities and corporations.

The measures include creating an Intellectual Property Factory that would fund university-mentored student teams that work to commercialize research and technology held, but ignored by Connecticut-based companies. [more]

Full article [Hartford Business Journal]
UCONN Tech Knowledge Portal [web]
Yale Technology Transfer [web]

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