Colorado State University Technologies Available for Licensing
Deeply committed to advancing the fields of renewable energy and energy efficiency, Colorado State's leadership in research into alternative energy solutions dates to the 1960s. In 1992, Colorado State established the Engines and Energy Conversion Laboratory to work on global solutions to fuels, energy conversion and energy distribution.
In 2008, Colorado State unveiled the innovative Clean Energy Supercluster model to foster interdisciplinary collaborative research that addresses some of the world's most challenging environmental problems. The associated commercialization arm, Cenergy, was created to assist the Clean Energy Supercluster develop and deliver clean energy solutions emerging from CSU's world-class clean energy research through more effective partnering with the clean energy industry, governments, investors, and the public.
Licensing opportunities in clean energy may be found as described below. For other information, including partnering opportunities, please contact Tim Reeser at firstname.lastname@example.org.
To learn more about technology transfer opportunities in all areas of research at Colorado State University, visit the technology transfer website at http://www.csuventures.org/.
To see what CSU technologies are available for licensing, you can browse the CSU marketing summaries.
Each marketing summary will provide you with a description of the CSU technology including its benefits, applications and industries, and development stage.
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