By Louis P. Berneman and Christopher F. Wright
Louis P. Berneman
Osage University Partners
Christopher F. Wright, Esquire
McCausland Keen & Buckman
With the heightened attention of senior academic administrators to promoting economic development and fostering innovation ecosystems, academic technology transfer organizations are increasingly focusing their commercialization activities on identifying, qualifying, incubating, accelerating, and financing start-up ventures. This top down pressure is aligned with bottom up pressure from faculty researchers who, albeit for different reasons, are likewise increasingly interested in the impact of their discoveries and seeking to commercialize them through start-ups.
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