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May 26th, 2005

Business incubator directors explain what works

Abstract:
Getting innovative technology from university labs into the marketplace is a challenge across the globe. Many research institutions have improved their chances by turning to incubators. Small Times' Candace Stuart spoke with Peter Binks, chief executive of Nanotechnology Victoria Ltd. (Nanovic), Kees Eijkel, technical commercial director of the MESA+ Institute at the University of Twente, Tom Hockaday, executive director of Isis Innovation Ltd., and Joel Wiggins, director of the Austin Technology Incubator.

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