The key aspects during departmental technology transfer : A case study at a biopharmaceutical company

@inproceedings{Sonesson2018TheKA,
  title={The key aspects during departmental technology transfer : A case study at a biopharmaceutical company},
  author={William Sonesson and H. S. Parke},
  year={2018}
}
In this case study the authors have tried to fill the gap of technology transferliterature focused on the biopharmaceutical industry. The technology transferliterature displays a clear industry-spe ... 

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