- +Biomedical Engineering
- +Electronic Engineering
- +Industrial Electronics
- +Industrial Processes
- +Mechanical Engineering
- +Physical Security
Did You Know?
To date, research at CSU has resulted in 253 issued patents with an additional 234 patent applications still pending.
Research at Colorado State University continues to grow, covering global concerns such as:
CSU encourages collaborations with industrial, foundational and educational partners. The University offers world-class investigators and fully- equipped laboratories. CSU aims to provide real-world experience for students of all levels, developing a more valuable workforce by graduating experienced students ready to contribute immediately, and creating jobs by licensing and commercializing technologies.
CSU offers state-of-the-art incubator facilities, including wet lab space, to companies looking to establish a presence in Northern Colorado. For example, the Research Innovation Center (RIC) serves as a vehicle to perform collaborative research with CSU's community of life sciences researchers, preparing a solid foundation for medical breakthroughs.