Siloed universities risk holding back tech innovation

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By Sascha O’Sullivan It is only a 10 minute cycle between London Business School, by Regent’s Park, and University College London. But despite their physical proximity and complementary knowledge bases, you’d be surprised at how rarely they work together. I should know, for almost twenty years I was Commercial Director at University College London and I spent countless hours putting in place schemes to help researchers commercialise their promising technologies. While there were some wonderful successes, there were nowhere near enough new ventures given the abundance of ideas, talent and drive…

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