Where Harvard Lags

Harvard University isn't benefitting as much as other institutions from the scientific research that goes on in its labs, Stat News reports.

The news site conducted an analysis that drew on data from the Association of University Technology Managers to rank universities based on the number of faculty inventions licensed or optioned to industry, efficiency in converting research to commercial discoveries, and incoming royalties.

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