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How can universities capture more value from their research?

David Hsu has stated that research at universities is of “a higher standard” than at corporations and should receive more credit. Image: Unsplash/Louis Reed

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Universities devoted to commercialization can better translating research into commercial outcomes. Image: Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania
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