Iowa State University Research park

The ISU Research Park (ISURP) was founded to provide space and resources needed to advance science-based initiatives. Today, over 80 companies own or rent space in the Research Park — a number that’s constantly growing. The Research Park works with businesses from a variety of industries to improve economic development in Ames, across the state, and nation wide.

ISU Research Park continues search for new president

The following article was originally posted on January 8, 2019 via Ames Tribune, by Lexie Troutman, staff writer ltroutman@amestrib.com The search for a new president of the Iowa State University Research Park is underway, after former President Steve Carter retired at the end of 2018 after 18 years at the helm. The search is being conducted by a search committee led by Michael Crum, the chairman of the research park’s board of directors. Crum said that Carter announced his plans to retire...

Ames Seed Capital Entrepreneur Showcase and Pitch Competition to be held on April 23, 2019

Ames, Iowa -- Ames Seed Capital announced it will be holding its annual Entrepreneur Showcase and Pitch Competition on April 23, 2019 at the Gateway Hotel and Conference Center in Ames. According to Executive Vice President, Ames Economic Development Commission Ron Hallenbeck, the Showcase and Pitch formats will be very similar to last year’s event, where the Entrepreneur Showcase will be held in the morning from 9:00 – 11:00 a.m. and the Pitch Competition will take place in the afternoon from...

Carter is retiring as research park president; Madden named to interim post

The following article was originally posted on December 20, 2018, via Inside Iowa State By Anne Krapfl A national search will begin next month for the next president of the ISU Research Park. Steve Carter, who has led the nonprofit research park since 2000, will retire from Iowa State on Dec. 31. Warren Madden, who retired as senior vice president for business and finance in June 2016 after a 50-year career at Iowa State, will serve as interim research park president, effective Jan. 1, 2019....

Iowa universities appeal to Gov. Reynolds for more money, highlighting economic boon to state

The following article was originally posted on November 28, 2018 via The Gazette. By Vanessa Miller DES MOINES — Skipping their oft-repeated refrain about historical declines in state support for higher education, Iowa’s public university presidents Monday appealed for millions more next year by pointing out all the ways their institutions benefit Iowa. University of Iowa President Bruce Harreld — while presenting a budget request to Gov. Kim Reynolds and her staff — highlighted his...
GVL® Announces New Branding and Website Launch

GVL® Announces New Branding and Website Launch

Updated designs reflect innovation and improve user experience Ames, Iowa (January 16, 2019) – GVL®, a leading provider of technology solutions to veterinarians and animal health professionals, announced today the launch of its newly designed logo, branding elements...

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ISU Research Park continues search for new president

ISU Research Park continues search for new president

The following article was originally posted on January 8, 2019 via Ames Tribune, by Lexie Troutman, staff writer ltroutman@amestrib.com The search for a new president of the Iowa State University Research Park is underway, after former President Steve Carter retired...

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CAREERS

Find your next career right here. ISU Research Park provides you an opportunity to work in the growing field of science & technology.

There are currently 63 positions available with ISURP tenants.

Expand your capabilities with collaborative relationships available through the Iowa State University Research Park.

ISU Research Park’s established network allows you to simplify your own business model, exchange ideas, and grow in your industry.