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Professor Melissa Schilling is interviewed about the role universities play in innovation

Excerpt from Reuters -- "What I've observed is that the big hurdle for students, at least at a business school, is not ideas. A lot of people have exciting, interesting, great ideas. The hurdle is that most people don't know how to take that idea and start up a company. ... And so, it's often not money that we need to give people to help them and it's almost never ideas. It's the other resources: how do we help you turn your idea into a reality and bring it to market? And that's something that you can do in lots of really interesting classes."

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