Highlands University is establishing a corporation to market products patented by faculty.
The school’s Board of Regents approved the corporation under the University Research Park Act at its meeting last week.
Regent Chairman Javier Gonzales said, “The importance of the Research Park Act is that we actually have faculty on staff that have developed patents that can currently be used to market out to the general public and through that marketing and the use of those patents revenues can be generated for the university.”
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