STOR works with industry
As a large research university with more than 1,200 full-time faculty members and more than $200 million in research and development expenditures, the University at Buffalo generates a substantial amount of intellectual property.
STOR works on behalf of the university and its researchers to identify, protect, and commercialize UB's intellectual property portfolio. The university's portfolio contains 200+ technologies available for licensing. UB has particular strengths in engineering, life sciences, medicine, pharmaceutical sciences, and information technology.
Use Technology Search to learn more about available licensing opportunities. Our database is updated regularly. We encourage you to contact us to discuss your specific technology licensing interest.
UB discoveries and innovations translate into useful products and services, and our objective is to transfer this technology to the private sector for public benefit, while generating royalty income for UB to reinvest in research and education pursuits. UB faculty and researchers have invented ways of regenerating bones, healing wounds, saving the lives of premature infants, improving the efficiency of solar power, and synthesizing new chemical compounds. Many of these inventions have been patented and commercialized, improving the quality of life all over the world.