Frank Backes, president of C-TRAC, stands in the center’s space at Catalyst Campus, which is split based on security clearance.
Frank Backes, president of C-TRAC, stands in the center’s space at Catalyst Campus, which is split based on security clearance.

The Catalyst Campus is only a few weeks from its scheduled June 14 grand opening, yet one tenant — the Center for Technology, Research and Commercialization — has been hard at work since it launched in November. C-TRAC, the nonprofit technology transfer arm of the campus, is establishing partnerships meant to bridge the gap between […]

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