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Mass Tech-Transfer Center Partners with iBridge Network

The Massachusetts Technology Transfer Center has partnered with the iBridge Network, a tech-transfer and academic collaboration web portal sponsored by the non-profit Kauffman Innovation Network, a division of the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation.

As part of the partnership, 20 universities and organizations affiliated with MTTC will join the more than 50 other research institutions currently participating in the iBridge Network, iBridge said.

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