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The maintenance and sustainability of an academic research enterprise is greatly contingent on its ability to attract and secure funding from external sources.
To be successful in their core work, academic institutions have to reach their stakeholders with a unique, compelling and credible value proposition.
Recently I sat down with Tina McDivitt (President of Spindle) and my old friend Mark Poznansky for a bite of lunch. Even though it was a lovely summer day, after the normal inquiries about family and business, our conversation turned to innovation policy. As weird as...
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