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Keith Marmer is the chief innovation and economic engagement officer at University of Utah and he joins us to discuss the greenhouse initiative that means the Pivot Center is anything but a traditional tech transfer office.
He also muses why the popularity of hiking and fly-fishing in Utah is helpful and ponders what his recent promotion to a cabinet level position at the university will mean for commercialisation activities.
Keith places a lot of value on building relationships, and also reveals why that is his answer whenever peers from other institutions ask him about a programme: “how did the university let you do this?”
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