A new article in the National Academy of Inventors journal Technology and Innovation highlights commercial spin-offs of UMD research. The article explores both new exploratory startups, and some already fully active and profitable, and talks about the strategies behind their success. Among the firms profiled is IonQ, the quantum computing company cofounded by UMD Physics’ own Prof. Chris Monroe

The authors, Julie Lenzer and Piotr Kulczakowicz, are respectively UMD’s Chief Innovation Officer and UM Ventures’ Senior Innovation Manager.


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