Supplement: Drexel University: Basic Research, Inspired by Use

Drexel University: Basic Research, Inspired by Use Drexel University is a comprehensive national research institution in Philadelphia that has grown substantially in the past 10 years. In 2004, the Drexel University College of Medicine (formerly MCP Hahnemann College of Medicine) was consolidated into Drexel University, and in 2006 the Drexel University College of Law was established. During this period, Drexel experienced significant growth in its research enter

The Scientist Staff
Jan 1, 2008
Drexel University: Basic Research, Inspired by Use

Drexel University is a comprehensive national research institution in Philadelphia that has grown substantially in the past 10 years. In 2004, the Drexel University College of Medicine (formerly MCP Hahnemann College of Medicine) was consolidated into Drexel University, and in 2006 the Drexel University College of Law was established. During this period, Drexel experienced significant growth in its research enterprise with externally-funded research expenditures increasing six-fold to more than $100 million annually.

Drexel has built this research base by performing applied, solution-based research as well as generating new knowledge through basic research programs. Drexel's new strategic plan expands upon this mission with a commitment to use-inspired, interdisciplinary research that addresses practical solutions to complex societal issues. Drexel's approach to building its research enterprise continues to lead to an increase in the commercialization of technologies that has resulted in their transfer into the public...

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