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From sports equipment to predicting ice formations, University of Michigan researchers had a record year coming up with inventions and ways to commercialize them.
Michigan researchers will announce Monday the highest number of new inventions and signed agreements to commercialize technologies within the Office of Technology Transfer during the 2014 fiscal year. Researchers reported 439 new inventions, an increase from 421 last year. The U-M Tech Transfer office also recorded 148 option and license agreements compared with 108 agreements last year.
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