Issue Date: March 4, 2013
University Of Manchester Signs With IP Group
IP Group, a London-based intellectual property commercialization firm, has signed a deal with the U.K.’s University of Manchester under which it will provide $7.6 million to help form spin-off companies based on proof-of-principle projects developed at the university. In return, IP Group will receive equity stakes in the spin-offs. The agreement, which runs for at least four years, covers most of the university’s activities in materials, cleantech, electronics, and communications, and . . .
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