Institut für Neue Materialen faces tech transfer challenges, presents partnership opportunities

Last week we visited the Institut für Neue Materialen (INM) in Saarbrücken, Germany (see also the June 18, 2007 LRNJ), meeting with CEO and Scientific Director Professor Michael Veith, Business Director Jochen Flackus, and Peter Hauptmann, COO of the Saarland Economic Development Corporation. Despit...

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