This month's regions piece focuses on the rapid growth of Canada into the university innovation scene.

Canada is going through something of a golden age, not only in terms of tech transfer, but university innovation as a whole. The country’s tech transfer efforts are fundamentally different from those in the UK or the US. Unlike the US, where the Bayh-Dole Act governs intellectual property (IP) rights in government-funded research, Canada’s universities…

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