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Innovation in Bloomington

Issues in Innovation and Technology Commercialization
  • For some researchers with innovative ideas, choosing between an academic and entrepreneurial career path can be an "either-or" proposition. But in this article for Science, a publication of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, chemistry professor and co-founder of Rive Technology Javier Garcia-Martinez says it does not have to be this way -and that both career paths can go hand-in-hand.
  • As the lines that separate academia, industry and entrepreneurship continue to fade in an increasingly global and interactive economy, Entrepreneur magazine contributor Isaiah Hankel offers a glimpse of what professors - and their work environment - increasingly look like in the 21st century and offers advice on how universities can eliminate their "love-hate relationship" with entrepreneurship.