Some university research groups offer postdoctoral positions sponsored by industry and focused on industrial R&D. That means mostly technical work and little-to-no publishing. Also such positions often don't have strict time limits, allowing postdocs to stay as long as this arrangement remains profitable for the industry, which can mean years or even decades. Do you think it might be a good idea to try to become a long-term university-based R&D postdoc instead of trying to publish and secure tenure? Do you think this practice will become more widespread in the future, offering industry lower cost R&D personnel and access to university infrastructure, while simultaneously providing extra revenue stream for universities?