TenU appoints new President
TenU is an international collaboration formed to capture effective practices in research commercialisation and share these with governments and higher education communities. TenU members are the technology transfer offices of UCL, University of Cambridge, Columbia University, University of Edinburgh, Imperial College London, KU Leuven, University of Manchester, MIT, University of Oxford, Stanford University.
In 2023 TenU is rolling out a fantastic program of events and reports, which will continue to support closer collaboration and understanding between all those involved in the translation of innovative University research into new businesses and IP.
Anne Lane, UCLB CEO and outgoing TenU President said: “Research commercialisation and knowledge transfer has an enormous role to play in answering the most significant global challenges we all share, like climate change and improving our healthcare. TenU’s members, across the UK, EU and USA, have a shared opportunity to do this in a way that creates growth and prosperity by offering best-in-class support to outstanding researchers. During my presidency, I have been proud to see this forum go from strength to strength, and I know Andrew will continue to build on its value as its new President.”
Andrew Wilkinson, CEO of University of Manchester Innovation Factory has been appointed as the new TenU President.
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