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Tech Transfer Roundup: How Johns Hopkins Optimizes Its Life Science Start-Ups

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The Baltimore university relies on an extensive infrastructure for tech transfer, and has a high volume of output to show for it. Recent tech transfer deals include Spark, Spotlight, Achilles, Biohaven, Cantabio and Renova, Zucara and Heat Biologics.

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