Funded by the Air Force Research Lab QCORE award, funding is available to support 2 projects to move quantum technologies toward commercialization in 2024-5.
With new funding from the U.S. National Science Foundation, research conducted at Montana State University will have more opportunities to be translated into products and solutions with extended real-life impact.
A collaborative program between Montana State University and the University of Washington is helping graduate students better adapt their research for application in the real world across a wide spectrum of academic disciplines.
MSU will partner with stakeholders to explore how the region could position itself as a leader in the quantum technology supply chain.
This funding is designed to support pre-commercialization activities around faculty inventions exhibiting strong market potential.
Elizabeth Johnson has created a wearable device to help clinicians and researchers communicate about safety information related to clinical trials.
A unique computer technology developed over the past decade at Montana State University is one step closer to being used in spacecraft after winning an award from NASA.
Research at MSU's Montana Agricultural Experiment Stations has resulted in a patent and license for a wheat pest biocontrol.
A public-private partnership led by Montana State University's TTO has been awarded a 3 year federal grant to create a public-private partnership for growing high tech companies in Montana.
A new program at Montana State University allocates 30% of MSU crop licensing revenue back into crop breeding efforts, improving the sustainability of those programs.