Arizona State University and the University of Pennsylvania have entered into a formal partnership to help each other commercialize certain technologies, reports Biotech Transfer Week. The collaboration is believed to be the first of its kind in the U.S., according to tech-transfer officials from both universities. If successful, it could serve as a blueprint for similar alliances between other academic institutions, officials said. Under the terms of the agreement, which will initially span a period of three years, each university will provide the other with select technologies with commercialization potential. Employees of the assisting office will then apply their specific...

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