New UMichigan Network of Experts Aims to ‘Catalyze’ Spinout Firms, Past and Present | GenomeWeb
The University of Michigan has launched a program to provide university spinouts with professional expertise, even after they have graduated beyond the walls of the school.
According to an official from the University of Michigan, the school is likely not the first to provide such a service for its startup firms, but may be one of the only to provide dedicated resources for the program out of its technology transfer office.

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