South African universities should produce more commercial ideas

 Universities, industry and government should work together so that knowledge translates into socio-economic benefits.

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Mis en ligne par Swapan Kumar Patra, Tshwane University of Technology, Mammo Muchie, DST-NRF SARChI Chair in Innovation Studies, Tshwane University of Technology

 Universities, industry and government should work together so that knowledge translates into socio-economic benefits.

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