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New Report: Licensing of Academic Patents Has Contributed up to $1.3 Trillion to US Economy

18:20 EDT 20 Jun 2017 | Businesswire

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Supported Up to 4.2 Million Jobs Since 1996 The licensing of university research has made a significant contribution to US gross domestic product (GDP), industry gross output, and jobs over the last two decades, according to...

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