Podcast explores implications for university-based innovation in remote work era
Universities have always been sources of innovation. They’re research-driven, collaborative spaces where experimentation is expected and new concepts are allowed to grow. The high education-based hubs of today launch companies, and patent and license inventions that are created there. But with the rise of remote work, these research centers have had to do some evolving, along with the rest of the tech industry.
Executive Director John Swartley and Associate Director of Ventures Bhavana Mohanraj for the Penn Center for Innovation, the technology transfer office at the University of Pennsylvania, discussed how these hubs are changing — and how they’re staying the same — as part of the “Introduced” interview series from Technical.ly. Click here to watch the 23-minute YouTube video and here to read an excerpt.