Research and Technology Transfer
Georgia State has a long-standing reputation as one of the most innovative and productive public research universities in the country. Nearly $200 million a year is spent on research and development in science at Georgia State. Researchers receive funding from a variety of national sources; the National Science Foundation is one of our largest sources of research support.
There are many opportunities for industry to engage with our researchers through funded research, applied research projects, participation in our research centers, or the pursuit of collaborative funding opportunities. Confidentiality and intellectual property management are integral to any research interaction enabling our corporate research partners to commercialize the resulting technology. The Office of Corporate and Foundation Relations can link you with existing research programs, or speak with you to determine how we can best suit your specific research needs.
Georgia State is determined to be at the leading edge of science and technology. We have a rich history of working with industry to make the newest advancements commercially viable. The Office of Corporate and Foundation Relations brings leaders in business and academia together and will remain a resource for you through the process of crafting mutually beneficial licensing agreements with Georgia State’s Technology Transfer Office.
The resulting partnerships make these new technologies accessible, improving the lives of people in all parts of the world.