- +Biomedical Engineering
- +Electronic Engineering
- +Industrial Electronics
- +Industrial Processes
- +Mechanical Engineering
- +Physical Security
Did You Know?
Since 1995, 24% of all innovations disclosed to CSU Ventures (formerly CSURF) have been licensed.
Like most new companies, CSU startups need more investment, seasoned leadership, and networking opportunities. CSU Ventures is always looking for experienced individuals to work with startup companies. Types of assistance include:
If you would like to engage a CSU startup in one of these areas, or others, please contact us.
In some cases we sell, but most often we license. A license is usually the best way to ensure that we meet our obligations (e.g., Bayh-Dole Act ) and ensure that everyone receives fair value.
We try to be as flexible as possible when negotiating. We recognize that innovations coming out of the University are not all the same and that they go to a diverse set of industries. We strive to accommodate your needs and to structure a license that works for you. Possible terms that we may include are:
We are also cooperative on the non-financial terms, as well, such as:
Some terms are simply nonnegotiable. As representatives of CSU, we have our own requirements in a license, a few of which cannot be negotiated. The right for CSU researchers to use the innovation for non-profit research and education, indemnification of CSU and CSUV, commercialization progress reports, and an absence of warranties regarding the innovation are all terms required in every agreement.