University of Kansas Innovation and Collaboration (KUIC) is a 501(c)(3) with a fifteen-member Board chaired by the Provost and Executive Chancellor of the University of Kansas with the purpose of partnering with corporations and bringing KU innovation to the marketplace.
KU has a strong tradition of effective technology transfer built on research in such fields as drug development and delivery; education and human development; biosciences, biofuels and bioengineering; information technologies and informatics; and remote sensing. Take a look at the outstanding list of KU products available on the market.
KU also has tremendous success with start-up companies; check out our success stories.
The mission of KUIC is to bring innovation to the marketplace for the benefit of society and the university.
We serve the KU faculty, support their research, and guide them by protecting intellectual property, and helping them launch businesses if that is their desire. We are custodians of the trust bestowed on KU by corporate partners, foundation and institutional grants, and the government that supports our endeavors.