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Translation and Commercialization reports another successful year

Duke University’s Office for Translation & Commercialization continues to grow and set new records for commercializing innovations, according to just-released fiscal year 2022 data.

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Media Coverage: WRAL TechWire October 25, 2021

Duke Reports $90M from Startup License Fees, Helps Launch 13 New Ventures Featuring OTC FY21 Annual Report

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Duke’s Office for Translation and Commercialization Helps Launch 13 Startups and Receives Over $90M in Revenue in FY21

By Aliza Inbari Durham, NC., October 25, 2021 — Duke’s Office for Translation and Commercialization (OTC), which manages Duke innovations and licenses them to commercial partners, helped launched 13 new startups in the fiscal year…

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OTC Breaks Idea-Generating Records: FY20

Getting Ideas out of the Lab Duke’s Office of Licensing & Ventures (OTC) oversees the management of innovations resulting from Duke research – from creation, to feasibility and marketing, to protection, and on into licensing…

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More than a billion dollars invested in new talent and expanded capacity. When the history of Duke’s growth as a research and development powerhouse is written, the year 2019 will probably have to be an…

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A Busy Year for Duke New Ventures

Research is the seed capital for creating knowledge to foster innovation: FY19 Annual Report for Duke New Ventures Each year, Duke research yields new ideas and innovation with the potential for commercialization. Our highly-skilled and…

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Triangle Leads Nation in NIH Per-Capita Funding

North Carolina’s Research Triangle region has another statistic to crow about. A recent study by the State Science & Technology Institute (SSTI) reported that the Durham-Chapel Hill metropolitan area led the nation last year in per-capita funding…

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NC startups raise $337M in Q2, lowest total in 3 years, but …

Led by 10 deals made in the Triangle, startups raised more than $337 million in the second quarter, the lowest total in three years, according to a new report from Dow Jones VemtureSource. But there…

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