Story excerpt provided Cincinnati Business Courier.
Written by Andy Brownfield.
The University of Cincinnati is completely overhauling the way it deals with new technologies invented by its faculty by looking at them the way businesses would.
The university previously handled new inventions the way most schools do: inefficiently. The Intellectual Property Office receives new technology from faculty, files a provisional patent, refines the invention, files for a full patent and then looks for ways to market that technology to make money off of it.
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Originally published November 14, 2014.