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Autonomy is vital for technology transfer success, study finds

Autonomy is the most crucial asset of academic technology transfer offices (TTOs), according to a study by the League of European Research Universities.

TTOs need autonomy to work efficiently with research, teaching and innovative departments of universities, the LERU study found. However, autonomy is also crucial for TTOs that are looking to collaborate with other universities, and, most importantly, with industry partners.

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