See how LSU researchers are getting help cashing in on their inventions

    THINK DIFFERENT: Andrew Maas, assistant vice president and director of LSU’s Office of Innovation and Technology and a lawyer who specializes in intellectual property, is convincing faculty members to consider the commercial potential of their research. (Don Kadair)

    Business skills have not traditionally been taught as part of a basic sciences curriculum at any level. And that has suited LSU chemistry professor John Pojman just fine.

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