[Korea Times] Hanyang boosts academic-industrial ties
Greater focus on research capacity and international exchanges
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On September 20th, <Korea Times> publishes an interview of Hanyang University President Lee Young-moo. At a recent interview at his office on the university's campus in Seongdong-gu, Seoul, President Lee has committed to beefing up academic-industrial cooperation to develop technologies and transfer them to businesses. In fact, Hanyang has earned a combined total 27.6 billion won ($25 million) over the last decade in technology transfers, which is the highest among local universities. Also, President Lee has mentioned that university should serve the community and contribute to social welfare besides playing a role of higher education institute that teaches students and conducts researches.
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