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December 21st, 2004
2005 may very well be the year when the transfer of technology from Southern California universities to the market finally starts taking off in a big way.
This panel of experts reviews what universities are doing to make this happen, and how venture capitalists and angel investors have been positioning themselves to assume the high risks of technology transfer projects.
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