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Resources for Industry
The University looks forward to working with your company. If you can't find the resources or information you need here, please email us.
Search for Technologies Available to License
UMSL technologies can be found on three online databases:
AUTM Global Technology Portal (GTP)
Easily find the latest university technologies available for licensing worldwide.
The iBridgeSM Network provides the centralized online source for research and innovations.
University of Missouri innovations available for license by existing companies or that could form the basis of a new startup. Technologies from
all four campuses are listed on TechFinder.
UMSL R&D and Business Development Resources
- Medicinal Chemistry Services:
With extensive background in the pharmaceutical industry, UMSL's Medicinal Chemistry Group (MCG) scientists provide services
in several areas including the design and synthesis of novel small
as potential therapeutic agents, general organic synthesis, and
development of methods to identify potential clinical or lead
candidates. They also possess extensive experience in identifying
tractable leads from high-throughput screens, hit-to-lead optimization
and in silico based design. Contact: Dr. John Walker (314-824-1991)
- Microscopy Image and Spectroscopy Technology (MIST) Laboratory Services
The MIST lab, which is housed within UMSL's Center for Nanoscience, provides services and equipment for analyses of micro- and nano-structure characterization. The lab offers expertise and
equipment for various types of specimen preparation and microscopic
analysis, supports research and training programs, and
provides analytical support and referrals for local industries and academics. Services include micro- and nano-characterization (SEM,
EDS, TEM, HRTEM, AFM, and STM). Contact: Dr. David Osborn (314-516-4761)
- Business Incubation:
Technology Enterprises at UMSL (ITE)
ITE is a small business incubator that supports innovation in a variety of fields including IT and life sciences, providing the physical,
mentoring, business development and computational resources required for
startup companies to grow. Featuring both wet- and dry-lab facilities, office space and a
high-performance computing center (HPCC) staffed by on-site Ph.D. scientists,
ITE provides the expertise to help startups solve fundamental R&D and business development issues including
those that require sophisticated computational resources. UMSL owns and operates ITE. Contact: Dr. William Lemon (314-824-2002)