Purdue innovations provide strong foundation for startups
Startups based on Purdue University innovations continue to have a strong international impact that exemplify Purdue's role as a land-grant university, provide new products to improve the lives of our global society and support economic development through job creation.
In fiscal year 2016, the Purdue Research Foundation reported a record-breaking 27 startups founded on an innovation from Purdue research. The startups are based on patented Purdue University intellectual property and innovations. In addition, there are a number of other startups originating from non-intellectual property and Purdue student-owned intellectual property that are not included in the list of new companies from patented innovations.
The startups meet the criteria as set by the Association of University Technology Managers, which means the new companies have licensed an innovation from a university, have funding in place, a leadership team and a viable business plan.
- FY 2016 Purdue IP-Licensed Startups
- FY 2016 Purdue Faculty-, Staff- or Student-owned Startups
- FY 2015 Purdue IP-Licensed Startups
- FY 2015 Purdue Faculty-, Staff- or Student-owned Startups
- FY 2014 Purdue IP-Licensed Startups
- FY 2014 Purdue Faculty-, Staff- or Student-owned Startups
- FY 2013 Startups
- FY 2012 Startups
- FY 2011 Startups
- FY 2010 Startups