Monthly Archives: March 2012

Changing the Game for Tech Transfer Offices

Generating knowledge and transferring it to the world has been, and remains, the core mission of research universities across the globe. Daniel Nadis looks at how tech transfer offices can become more effective in this mission. Since the Bayh-Dole Act, … Continue reading

Posted in April 2012 | Leave a comment

Life’s a Journey, Pain is Temporary, but Failure is Forever

We were delighted that Sir Christopher Evans, often described as the ‘founding father’ of the Cambridge biotech cluster, opened Bench to Boardroom this month. He had (as you would expect) bags of enthusiasm, motivation and drive and he left the … Continue reading

Posted in March 2012 | Leave a comment