When Technology Transfer Services agrees to commercialize your intellectual property, staff will help you find funding and, if needed, space to produce your product.
Technology Transfer will lead efforts to license your technology to an existing entity, commercialize it within USU, develop it in an incubator space or produce and market it through a spin-out company.
Technology Transfer Services will identify and submit grants that provide funding to bridge your research and invention commercialization.
By working with the Technology Transfer team, you’ll have access to a network of angel and venture capital investors who can help finance the successful launch of your new technology.
Technology Transfer Services can tap into its network of local business owners and space managers to identify appropriate incubator/start-up space for technology development and commercialization. One option for incubator space is Utah State’s Innovation Campus.
Business Development resources are available to you even if Utah State is not pursuing the commercialization of your invention.
Utah State Resources
- Cache Chamber of Commerce
- Logan City Economic Development
- Small Business Innovation Research / Small Business Technology Transfer
- Utah Science Technology & Research Initiative (USTAR)
- USTAR Small Business Innovative Research (SBIR) and Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) Assistance Center
- Utah State Chamber of Commerce