Indiana University has marked a successful three-year period during which it reported 154 licensing agreements and $17.1m in tech transfer revenue.

Indiana University’s innovation and commercialization office (IU ICO) generated 46 licensing agreements during the 2017-18 fiscal year, down from 62 licences the previous year. The university reported 171 invention disclosures over the period, up from 164 in 2016-2017, though licensing and royalty revenue slumped almost 50% year-on-year to $3.4m. IU ICO argued the performance builds…

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