UW ‘ideas factory’ looks to turn research into economic growth
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UW ‘ideas factory’ looks to turn research into economic growth

UW ‘ideas factory’ looks to turn research into economic growth

When Rebecca Blank arrived at the University of Wisconsin-Madison last summer, she became chancellor of one of the largest academic research universities in the world, but one that has an uneven track record for commercializing that work.

UW-Madison had nearly $1.2 billion in research spending yet launched only four start-ups in 2012, according to the Association of University Technology Managers. Blank wants to improve that performance and has a great opportunity in front of her. Learn More[more-link]