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The US National Institutes of Health is trying out a program to help biomedical researchers become entrepreneurs, ScienceInsider reports.

The Innovation Corps program was begun three years ago by the National Science Foundation based on the Lean LaunchPad course at Stanford University developed by entrepreneur Steve Blank. Through the program, NSF gives research teams money and training to explore commercializing their research.

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