Intellectual Asset Management, the handsome journal for hands-on IP investors and managers published by Globe White Page, has just released a special supplement entitled "From IP to IPO -- Key Issues in Commercialising University Technology". Its aim is to bring together those who hold different stakes in the commercialisation of academic-generated research product: venture capitalists, entrepreneurs, technology licensing professionals as well as universities and their legal advisors.
The IPKat reckons that the publishers, supported by the Association of University Technology Managers, their partners in this venture, have done a pretty good job. This supplement packs a lot into its 80 pages and gives an excellent perspective on the problems and pitfalls on the route from IP to IPO, as well as striking an upbeat note as to their solution.
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