On its way to becoming a top 50 public research university, Kansas State University is expanding and strengthening strategic partnerships and collaborations at all levels. Partnerships strengthen regional economies, develop and transfer new technologies, commercialize intellectual property – and more.
AMI utilizes research expertise to develop and transfer new technologies and provide technical assistance and supplies engineering students hands-on training, and a connection to potential career opportunities.
The Biosecurity Research Institute (BRI) at Pat Roberts Hall on the Kansas State University campus is a unique biocontainment research and training facility. The BRI supports comprehensive "farm-to-fork" infectious disease research programs that address threats to plant, animal, and human health.
The Research Foundation aids scientific investigation, research, and technology transfer at K-State.
The Institute is dedicated to the start-up and expansion of technology-based, high-growth enterprises and enabling the commercialization of university and under-utilized corporate intellectual property.
Facilitates technology licensing, transfer, and commercialization of intellectual property developed by K-State faculty, staff, and students
Research facilities and centers at K-State