This chapter examines external and internal factors that affect the technology commercialization ability of Yale University. The chapter reviews historical events, local innovation system, and town-gown relationships. The internal factors review culture, policy, and the technology-transfer organization at the university. The chapter examines the changes Yale went through to become a biotechnology powerhouse, including the different steps the university and other players took to create a biotechnology cluster.
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