Curci co-authors article about importance bioscience collaborations
Adjunct professor at the College of Law, Frank Curci, recently co-authored an article titled, “Well-structured technology collaborations spur innovation,” which was published in the Puget Sound (Seattle) Business Journal.
The article, which was co-authored by Curt Mallory, the president and general counsel of Seattle’s Infectious Disease Research Institute, discusses the benefits and reasons why bioscience intuitions are beginning to work collectively to address complex research challenges. In addition, a few examples of successful collaborations are explored.
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Staci McCabe, Staci.McCabe@asu.edu
Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law