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May 11th, 2007
WSU pitches its inventions
Lindsey and four colleagues pitched their work - ranging from a device to improve home ventilation systems to nanotechnology that could aid development of hydrogen-powered cars - to more than 40 people at the Riverpoint campus.
While any money from licensing or forming a business around the research would be split among the research foundation, WSU and the professors, looking at tech transfer as a money-maker is a mistake, said Keith Jones, director of WSU's Office of Intellectual Property Administration.
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