Knowledge transfer has often been addressed as a matter of facilitating the foundation of start-up companies. Entrepreneurs leaving universities are supposed to bring their research results to the market, but this would be a once-in-a-lifetime task wasting dozens of further opportunities to enter mutually beneficial relations. The future university must find additional ways of transferring its knowledge. It is not enough to maintain good relations with companies whose founders once spent their wildest years on campus. These new ways must involve the best, fastest, cheapest and most far-reaching means of achieving contact with other sectors of society.