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Madison, Wis. - In a recent report that probably went unnoticed outside the academic world, the Association of University Technology Managers released figures that show why the rest of us should be very happy that Wisconsin is a hotbed for scientific research. The numbers demonstrate that investment in research is no......

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All of those metrics put the UW-Madison and WARF in the nation's top 10. But here may be the most impressive number of all: the UW-Madison and WARF hold 963 active licensing agreements. That's a significant share of the 28,000 active licenses nationally, and it disputes the notion that the UW-Madison doesn't work hard enough to transfer its techn......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Tom Still 03/13/07


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