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August 9, 2022
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Europe must do more to bring discoveries to market

Although Europe has much scientific research to be proud of, the region falls worryingly short when it comes to commercialising its discoveries, a study has concluded. A fifth of the world’s leading 100 research organisations – as determined by factors such as the number of articles published in academic journals – are based in Europe, experts from IESE Business School, the European Commission and Oxford University, among others, claim. Yet researchers often lack the resources required to find the right market for their discoveries. The study estimates that nearly 95 percent of the existing patents in Europe are inactive. A…
Europe must do more to bring discoveries to market

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