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The Spirit of Innovation
At the University of Houston, we spur innovation by encouraging the very spark of an idea to the transfer of knowledge and technology. The UH innovation ecosystem has a rich history of advancing Houston’s innovation economy.
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UH has been a great place to foster collaboration and develop commercial technologies, especially for its many faculty and student innovators and entrepreneurs.
UH has been a great place to foster collaboration, and develop innovative and commercial technologies in many different ways. The Office of Intellectual Property and the Bauer College of Business have done a great job matching faculty holding patents with business school students to help determine the potential commercialization of the patent. We also have a unique facility space available at the Innovation Park for startup companies.
Besides the support in fostering collaboration and infrastructure for development of novel technologies, UH has been providing additional funds for UH startup companies and faculty members to support and bridge the gap of laboratory investigations and actual commercialization of innovations.
Where Innovation Begins
UH has fostered a strong entrepreneurial environment that supports new innovation and startup ventures through incubator and accelerator programs and resources. Because of the rapid development across campus and demonstrated excellence in innovation, UH has been designated as an Innovation and Economic Prosperity University.
From Idea To Reality
With strengths in advanced materials, energy, biotechnology, biopharmaceuticals, and information technology, UH is becoming highly competitive in technology commercialization. UH’s cluster of materials researchers and innovators has created a strong synergy among the startup community on campus.
Houston's future depends on our collective ability to generate original ideas and transform them into practical and productive innovations. UH is uniquely positioned to serve as a dynamic hub for such intellectual, startup and commercialization activity.
Houston's future depends on our collective ability to generate original ideas and transform them into practical and productive innovations. To do so, we must have an expanding concentration of highly skilled innovators and an entrepreneurial ecosystem that supports their endeavors.
At the University of Houston, we are fortunate to have both.
With strengths in education, research and manufacturing that cut across many vital sectors – energy, health, cybersecurity, defense and aerospace – UH is uniquely positioned to serve as a dynamic hub for intellectual, startup and commercialization activity as well as an exemplar for the city. We remain committed to advancing Houston’s growing innovation economy – and will continue to fully support UH Innovation.