The KU Innovation Park was recently featured in an industry newsletter designed for professionals working in technology transfer and intellectual property.
A coalition of Kansas public entities and private partners will apply for federal funding that could make Kansas a regional hub in the emerging hydrogen economy.
The city of Lawrence -- home to the University of Kansas' largest campus -- is growing tech jobs faster than any other city in America, according to data from a prominent national think tank.
Earlier today, Chancellor Girod visited with two Kansas legislative committees to discuss how KU drives economic growth and provides healthcare and infrastructure to Kansas communities.
Survey shows KU research supports 4,000 campus jobs, makes $50.7M in purchases from Kansas companies
Sponsored research at KU supported the salaries of 3,974 people in 2021 and accounted for $50.7 million in spending with Kansas companies on research-related goods and services, according to a new report.
KU Innovation Park has earned two federal grants to help fuel business acceleration, innovation and economic growth in Kansas.