EDIR offers an extensive list of specialized resources and spaces for organizations to access. From high-tech equipment to personalized business mentoring to building space, everything your business needs is easily accessed through the EDIR office.
The Center for Industrial Research and Service — CIRAS — is part of the College of Engineering and the Office of Economic Development and Industry Relations at Iowa State University. Since 1963 CIRAS has been partnering with Iowa companies and communities to help them prosper and grow.
The Office of Intellectual Property and Technology Transfer (OIPTT), in conjunction with the Iowa State University Research Foundation, Inc. (ISURF) facilitates this process on behalf of Iowa State and the employees and students who create the intellectual property (IP).
Whether the undertaking is a student initiated enterprise, a new small business, a high technology start-up, or a corporate spin-off, the Pappajohn Center provides assistance and resources to aid the development process and support the entire launch of a new venture.
During research and other academic endeavors, faculty, staff, and students often make new discoveries, invent novel technologies, author creative works. Such discoveries, inventions, creations, and similar works have value and are known as intellectual property. As you perhaps know, ISURF has the resources to protect and enhance the value of this property.
Iowa State University Research Park is a 220+ acre development with more than 550,000 square feet of current building space. We connect tenants with resources they need to profit from their research, including facilities, expertise, technology, financing, recruiting and more.
Iowa State University Economic Development and Industry Relations provides an avenue for students, faculty and staff to create businesses. The ISU StartUp Factory is a 52-week intensive program housed at the Iowa State University Research Park (ISURP).
The ISU Pappajohn Center and the ISU Small Business Development Center work together within the ISU Research Park to provide a broad set of resources to entrepreneurs of all types.
The Cultivation Corridor, located in Iowa, is where industry leaders from around the globe come to support and sustain the science that feeds the world.
The Iowa State University CyBIZ Lab provides the opportunity for cross functional teams of undergraduate and graduate students to work on business and organizational projects.