University of Kansas Innovation and Collaboration

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KU has a strong tradition of effective technology transfer built on research in such fields as drug development and delivery; education and human development; biosciences, biofuels and bioengineering; information technologies and informatics; and remote sensing.

Also important is the education of students, faculty and the public about the economic importance of entrepreneurial activity.

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Last modified: Jan 28, 2016

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University of Kansas Innovation and Collaboration (KUIC) is a 501(c)(3) with a thirteen-member Board chaired by the Provost and Executive Chancellor of the University of Kansas with the purpose of partnering with corporations and bringing KU innovation to the marketplace.
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