University College Dublin has launched legal proceedings against Applied Process, co-founded by two of its professors, for a stake in the company.

University College Dublin (UCD) is suing Applied Process, an Ireland-based pharmaceutical business set up by professors Brian Glennon and Mark Barrett, alleging that the institution is owed a 15% stake, the Irish Independent wrote on Sunday. NovaUCD, the university’s innovation arm, has joined the suit alongside University College Dublin. Glennon and Barrett, who are both…

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