Industry-University Cooperative Research Program

UC Faculty Research Interests:

UC Federal Research in Progress (FEDRIP)
Search the Federal Research in Progress database to locate University of California research projects and associated personnel.

Working with UC:

University of California (UC) Office of Technology Transfer (OTT)
OTT assists members of the faculty and staff in patenting and licensing inventions and in working with industry in support of the University's education, research, and public service mission.

UC Office of Research
The Office of Research works with UCOP offices, the 10 UC campuses, and the 3 DOE laboratories to oversee multicampus research, develop positions on policy issues, and provide leadership in identifying and developing strategic responses to research opportunities.

UC President's Home Page
Information about UC President, Richard Atkinson. Includes speeches, commentaries, events, and reports to the regents.

Business Information Services:

UCSD Connect
Created as an interactive, community-based organization in 1985, CONNECT is the University of California, San Diego (UCSD) Program in Technology and Entrepreneurship.

Small Business Administration
The U.S. Small Business Administration provides financial, technical and management assistance to help Americans start, run, and grow their businesses.

California Trade and Commerce Agency - Location Handbook
This handbook covers California as a whole, as well as the individual attributes of the state's 9 regions and 58 counties. Designed to assist in site search and help people find regions of most value for their projects.

Community of Science
An Internet site for the global R&D community, offering researchers and scientists Web-based products and services.

National Institute of Standards and Technology
The U.S. National Institute of Standards and Technology is a federal technology agency that works with industry to develop and apply technology, measurements, and standards.

Use our resource guide to take the first step toward an IUCRP research grant.

Use the UC FEDRIP database to find potential Researchers to work with.

Use other resources to explore the research community and expand your network.