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How College Rivalry Disrupts Entrepreneurship

College sports fans in the Triangle could learn a lot about healthy competition from the kids we saw at the North Carolina FIRST Robotics Competition. Embodying the concept of Gracious Professionalism™, these students helped each other despite being in a … Continue reading

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Talking Tech Transfer with the President’s Ear: Yesterday’s Jobs Council Roundtable

Yesterday I had the great privilege to participate in a roundtable discussion with several members of the President’s Council on Jobs and Competitiveness in Durham’s American Tobacco Historic District. As he kicked off the meeting, Obama’s top economic advisor Austan … Continue reading

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Enhancing Economic Development through Technology Transfer of Federal- and State-Funded R&D

White Paper Enhancing Economic Development through Technology Transfer of Federal- and State-Funded R&D This white paper offers specific ways that government/university technology transfer offices and economic development agencies can contribute to a mutually beneficial partnership. You can download the paper … Continue reading

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