Auckland University gets share of $215M investment deal for commercialisation

Rebecca Howard
Tue, 30 May 2017

By Rebecca Howard May 30 (BusinessDesk) - Auckland University's commercialisation company UniServices has inked a deal that could increase the number of companies spun out of the university’s research and development activities. Under the terms of the agreement, Auckland University and eight Australian universities will together receive investment of at least $215 million over 10 years to find and develop companies involved in "disruptive innovation" in areas such as digital medicine, new medical therapies and quantum computing, UniServic...

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