Dell Medical School Impact on Innovation: Biomedical and Life Sciences
In just eight years since launching in 2014, Dell Medical School at The University of Texas at Austin is already having a higher-than-expected impact on the regional health innovation and life sciences sector – from new research and inventions to catalyzing UT campus collaborations and commercialization – according to a *new report* from the Bureau of Business Research (BBR), an organized research unit of the IC2 Institute at UT Austin.
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The BBR provides communities and policymakers with evidence-based socio-economic research for a stronger and more resilient Texas. Since its founding in 1926, the BBR has developed a reputation for nonpartisan analysis of economic trends through publications, independent reports, and sponsored research. Especially now, BBR’s mission is to serve Texas and its communities with ground-breaking research, critical analysis, and actionable findings towards economic recovery and broad-based growth.