Bridging university/market gaps in Oregon

Sunday, August 21, 2005

More states are looking at their universities to provide technology engines to generate new growth. Oregon is good case in point.

In recent years, the state's universities and economic developers have launched a series of initiatives to accelerate commercialization out though research labs. These initiatives include the $21 million investment in the Oregon Nanoscience and Microtechnologies Institute.

In addition, at Portland State University they have invested in a series of initiatives to tie a engineering and science research closer to commercial markets. Read more about what it's been going on.

posted by Ed Morrison |

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