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February 25th, 2004

As University of Houston knows, learning doesn't end with licensing

Recent collaboration between the University of Houston and local technology miner Cyrospace Inc. is yet another example of how nanotechnology is moving from the lab into the marketplace. But as John Warren sees it, the research behind a product or process - particularly in nanotechnology - doesn't stop with commercialization.The associate vice chancellor for intellectual property said it's important for researchers to follow the process through to licensing deals, product development and eventual deployment into the real world.


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