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Practices in cooperation between universities and businesses

  title={Practices in cooperation between universities and businesses},
  author={Hao Le},
The cooperation between universities and businesses in Research & Development projects has been especially encouraged since the last century. It refers to a relationship in which knowledge transfer occurs between institutions and industries. The cooperation aims at solving business problems, motivating innovations or supporting academic research projects. UBC is transforming from a duo university-business relationship to a trio university-industry-government relationship, contributing to social… Expand


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