NIH Launches Web Service to Connect Inventors With Commercial Partners | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — The National Institutes of Health has started a web-based program designed to connect NIH licensees and grant awardees to potential commercialization partners, the NIH said Wednesday.
 
The NIH Pipeline to Partnerships initiative, known as P2P, is designed to enable licensees and awardees, especially early-stage developers, to “showcase their technologies and product development for an audience of potential strategic partners, investors, and licensees,” NIH said.
 

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