Technology transfer office helps faculty and staff bring new ideas to the marketplace.
Research expenditures for Colorado State University scientists reached $317.2 million in FY 2015.
Seven to 10 graduate students needed to enhance connections between CSU researchers and technology transfer office.
Educational sessions for angel investors and startups start July 1 at Ventures offices on Research Boulevard.
CSU Ventures is sponsoring the thrid annual event, which is scheduled to take place May 1.
Annabelle Berklund is the first CSU student to be recognized by the Association of University Technology Managers.
CSU Ventures is working with a Colombian university to set up a tech transfer office and processes.
CSU set new research records in Fiscal Year 2014, reinforcing CSU’s role as a significant contributor to the state’s innovation ecosystem.