Innovation: The big idea of technology transfer

Nature – As Angela Loihl worked her way through her graduate research project at the University of Iowa in Iowa City, she noticed the scope of her studies getting narrower. “I spent all my time learning more and more about less and less,” she says of her research in mice, which focused on a protein thought to have a role in stroke……… Read More.

Source: Nature, April 11th, 2012
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