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Subject:Re: Bridging the academia-industry gulf (chasm?) From:Jim Regan <regan -at- PARCPLACE -dot- COM> Date:Wed, 3 Nov 1993 15:36:33 -0600
>This brings up an underlying point that has been floating throughout
>this entire discussion -- academia and industry _in some situations_
>need to be much more closely linked.
If you look closely enough, I think you'll find this kind of activity has
increased to the extent that magazines like BusinessWeek have taken notice. A
few weeks back they ran an article on the number of companies using academics.
There is hope.