Monthly Archives: March 2014

The Future is Uncertain, and the Exit is not Always Near

Pitchbook is out with figures for private equity exits in 2013. It is well worth the effort to download a copy of the report from Pitchbook. Highlights include–it’s taking longer to get to a private equity exit, but Q4 of … Continue reading

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The Seven Pillars of New University Innovation Practice

Here are the Seven Pillars of the New University Innovation Practice.  Freedom to innovate is not new–it is the form of practice that university faculty developed over the course of 75 years, and was the source of “successes” that were … Continue reading

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Replication: The Technology Transfer Problem

Steve Fiori on the SCISP listserv called the list’s attention to a blog post by David Funder, a research psychologist at UC Riverside.  Funder’s post discusses a recent NSF workshop that took up the issue of replication of research results. … Continue reading

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