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August 25th, 2004

UO technology transfer income grows to nearly $2 million

Abstract:
Licensing income from University of Oregon inventions grew to nearly $2 million in fiscal year 2003-4, ranking the UO among the top tier of the nation's research institutions per research dollar expended. The university disclosed a record 40 new inventions last year, up from 36 in fiscal year 2002-03. The number of new UO license and option agreements also climbed to an unprecedented 28, compared to 25 the previous year.

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