Syracuse University is well known for its highly ranked entrepreneurship programs and its friendliness to entrepreneurs. Corporate Relations can help entrepreneurs in several valuable ways: assisting with translational research projects, licensing technology, providing access to special expertise and special facilities, teaming for joint grant opportunities, and much more. If you would like to explore how we can help with your existing or prospective enterprise, we invite you to start a conversation with us.
SU produces a diversity of technologies that are patent-pending or patented. The SBDI mission is to connect industry with the people and resources of Syracuse University.
Innovation lives in 30 different research centers across campus. Exciting discoveries are taking place in such wide-ranging areas as environmental and energy systems, biomaterials, human policy, and global affairs.
Entrepreneurs can benefit from physical proximity to SU’s technical talent, student co-ops and interns, and each other by locating in the very affordable spaces at one of our business incubators.
Entrepreneurs are often amazed at how many resources are available to them at SU and around Central New York. It’s a truly helpful culture, so don’t be bashful.