Irish institutions have spun out fewer businesses and awarded fewer licences, options and assignments than in previous years.

Irish universities and research institutions generated 21 spinouts during 2017, down 19% from the 28 recorded in the previous year, according to Knowledge Transfer Ireland (KTI), a government-backed agency promoting collaboration between research bodies and industry. KTI’s Review and Annual Knowledge Transfer Survey 2017 showed the result was the fourth consecutive annual fall in spinout…

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