University of Montana & Montana State University Tech Transfer

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Montana State University algae research could make biofuel production more economical

“This could transform the algae biofuel industry,” said Gerlach, one of the project’s principal investigators.

University of Montana Calls for Researchers, Innovators for New STEM Program

Researchers and innovators in STEM fields are strongly encouraged to contact the program to explore the potential for broader impacts and commercialization of their research or inventions.

Taking products from R&D to production – 2/20 – Bozeman, MT

This class was created by local photonics industry veterans to introduce quality concepts in a framework that is easily understood by engineers and management—stripped of jargon and put in plain terms. Sign up today and get control of your business!

Video: Optics & Photonics Research at MSU for Montana Economic Development

Research in this area by Montana State University and the resulting startups are contributing to a rapidly growing unique industry in the state.

Kentucky launches university technology commercialization initiative

C3 will provide resources to all the state’s public universities and colleges.

NSF Grant Awarded to Establish University of Montana I-Corps Site

"The UM I-Corps Site will capitalize on the success of the Blackstone LaunchPad powered by Techstars entrepreneurship program at the University of Montana," said Blackstone LaunchPad Director Paul Gladen, who will serve as one of the UM principal investigators.

MSU’s biomarker-detecting technology licensed to FYR Diagnostics

Leading a research team, the MSU professors invented a novel, rapid, highly sensitive method to detect biological molecules that can indicate the presence of a particular type of injury or disease within a human body.

U of M (Minnesota) Honored as One the World’s Best at Spinning Off Companies from Research

And now, after helping launch scores of new tech companies over 12 years, the U operation has been named a finalist for an international award recognizing the best academic technology transfer units in the world.

How universities could drive more innovative research to market — and share in the profits

It’s a proven model, and one that works very well, averaging 34-37 percent annual returns over more than two decades.

High-strength concrete developed at MSU could save state money, time

"One little square inch of this concrete will carry about 20,000 pounds," said Michael Berry, a professor in the Department of Civil Engineering. That’s about five times stronger than regular concrete, he said.