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April 7th, 2004
UCLA Offers HiddenGems
Company research-and-development officials have a new and convenient way to tap into technology developed by UCLA's cadre of top-flight researchers. As part of a program designed to speed the transfer of technology to the marketplace, UCLA's Office of Intellectual Property Administration now offers company officials the chance to receive e-mail notification of the latest licensing opportunities born in campus research labs. To sign up for "HiddenGems" e-mail notifications, go to the UCLA Office of Intellectual Property Administration Web site at www.research.ucla.edu/oipa and click on HiddenGems.
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