University of Oklahoma and i2e Ink 'Formal' Pact to Create Startups, Speed OU Technology Transfer

The agreement formalizes an existing relationship between the entities that dates back several years, and is expected to help increase the efficiency of startup creation at the proof-of-concept and private funding stages. In addition, both groups expect the partnership to have a significant life sciences component since about half of OU's intellectual property portfolio is in the biomedical space.

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