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Mark Carnegie and Steve Baxter are wrong, we mustn’t discount unis in ideas boom

Mark Carnegie and Steve Baxter are wrong, we mustn’t discount unis in the ideas boom

by Clare Harding High-profile VC Steve Baxter joined M H Carnegie & Co founding partner Mark Carnegie in recently arguing that start-ups and corporates should avoid getting involved with universities. According to Carnegie, collaborating with universities to commercialise research and ideas isn’t worth it, because they are “incredibly cumbersome”, and according to Baxter, “not easy” to collaborate with.

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