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Imperial Innovations Raises 140 Million To Invest In University Spin-Outs

This article was originally published in Start Up

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The AIM-listed tech transfer group Imperial Innovations has raised £140 million to increase its early-stage investments in spin-outs from Imperial College and three other top UK universities
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