KU – McCollum Laboratory
The McCollum Laboratory is home to KU’s Biopharmaceutical Innovation & Optimization (BIO) Center, which focuses on drug delivery research.
KU Innovation Park is a growing community of innovation, entrepreneurship, and commercialization. We offer a variety of enterprise services for technology and bioscience businesses at any level, from concept to industry.
The internet was a much different place in 1992. Still in its infancy as a public network, the term “surfing the internet” was coined and popularized that year. The New York Times had yet to write a single article about the World Wide Web or the first browser, and the launch of Amazon.com was still two years away. But in Kansas, the public universities across the state collaborated to create KanREN, a pioneer in research and education networks.
Since joining KU Innovation Park in 2011, Argenta has grown into one of the Park’s most prominent tenants and is expanding its operation to Phase III. Founded in New Zealand in 2006, Argenta has been a major player in the animal health industry.
“The Park allows us to have access to the University and network with other companies,”said Dr. Ben Isaacs, Argenta’s head of pharmaceutical sciences for the U.S.
Foster Care Technologies
Foster Care Technologies started at KU Innovation Park with an idea for a foster child placement service. The Park’s analyst team examined the market and financial opportunities for the business, then validated the algorithm and technology through a partnership with KU’s School of Social Welfare researchers.
Park Points – November 27, 2023
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A Network Pioneer: KanREN
The internet was a much different place in 1992. Still in its infancy as a…