University of Utah Launches 23 Startups in FY '09, Cementing Rep as Spinout Leader | GenomeWeb

By Ben Butkus

The University of Utah said last week that it spun out 23 companies in fiscal year 2009, including 10 in the biomedical arena, and has launched 82 companies over the past four years — more than any other US school during that period except the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and the University of California system.

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