University of Montana & Montana State University Tech Transfer

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Montana State University researcher works to transform plant material into useful products

“We increasingly need alternative sources of raw materials for our fuels, plastics and other products.”

Montana State University records yet another strong year for research

This marks a 9.5% increase over the previous year’s expenditures and the sixth year in a row that MSU research expenditures have topped $100 million.

Vision 2019 University of Montana Research, Innovation & Imagination

The real joy in seeing our research portfolio grow is the amazing research and creative outcomes of those projects and the impact they have — both socially and economically — on our region and state.

Montana State University awarded federal funds for statewide tech ‘gap’ grants

The three-year funding will support three complementary efforts to see high-tech companies grow and create jobs in communities across the state, said Daniel Juliano, head of MSU’s Technology Transfer Office, who applied for the grant.

Montana State University selects Jason Carter as new vice president of research

Carter will oversee the state’s largest research enterprise with more than $130 million in annual expenditures.

UM advances health research through Center for Translational Medicine

The center is expanding entrepreneurial programs at the University and building a new community to meet challenges and adapt to changing health care and biotech fields, as well as an evolving research funding landscape.

Higher education institutions need to double down on their market-led research and innovation efforts and their engagement with the commercial world or they risk irrelevance.

Limited budgets and small tightly-focused teams often generate innovative, winning approaches in research and small spin-out companies

MSU’s vice president of research taking on new role at Cal Poly

MSU will begin a national search for a new vice president of research immediately.

Why University-Industry Partnerships Matter

These relationships are dependent on taking these inventions and turning them into actual commodities.

Bozeman-based Montana State University spin-out company Sustainable Bioproducts raises $33 million in capital

“We’re thrilled to see Sustainable Bioproducts taking fungus from volcanoes to the table,” Juliano said. “And we’re glad to see a local company gaining national attention.”