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​Flexible research and development space is available in the heart of the ISU Research Park. Check out our flyer, as well as floor plans and a virtual tour video to see what the space has to offer. Read More>>

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  1. iSEEK Corporation Announces ShapeID

    ​iSEEK Corporation announces ShapeID, a new shape code so condensed that it can fit within the small format of Quick Read (QR) codes or embedded technologies such as Radio Frequency Identification (RFID). The compact shape code retains high precision to differentiate even minor differences in shape.

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  2. McFarland Clinic and ISU Research Park Announce Plans for New Health Care and Child Care Facility

    ​McFarland Clinic announced plans to purchase land and construct a facility at the ISU Research Park. The Clinic is in the final stages of a purchase agreement with the ISU Research Park with plans to break ground by June of 2017. The proposed facility would open in Spring 2018.

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  3. IowaBio accepting registrations for Partnering For Growth 2017

    ​Registrations are open for Partnering for Growth 2017, scheduled for March 21-22. The event features an investor conference and industry forum that joins innovators, investors and biotech leaders together over the course of a day and a half. It is a premier event for learning, investing and networking with various sectors of the biotech industry. 

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  4. Conservation Board unveils plans for Research Park nature area

    ​The Story County Conservation Board on Tuesday revealed its plans to create a multi-use nature park within an unused area in the Iowa State University Research Park over the next several years.

    The Tedesco Environmental Learning Corridor, which would be on the roughly 30 acres between Workiva's location and the Economic Core Development Facility inside the ISU Research Park, is projected to cost around $4 million over three years, County Conservation director Mike Cox said.

    The proposed park would be named after conservation board member and former Ames Mayor Ted Tedesco, who backed the project from its inception. He said the park would emphasize the "four C's:" collaboration between ISU, local conservationists and other groups, cooperation, conservation and connectivity to the High Trestle Bridge Trail.


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StartUp Factory LLC

Iowa State University Economic Development and Industry Relations provides an avenue for students, faculty and staff to create businesses. We call it the StartUp Factory: a 52-week intensive program housed at the Iowa State University Research Park (ISURP). An affiliated ten week summer program for students, CyStarters, is also located at ISURP.

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  1. This week's Featured Tenant is the Iowa State University Research Foundation, which manages the collection of IP for ISU employees and students. Its Board of Directors has full power to manage, direct, and conduct the affairs and business of the corporation.
The ISURF Team designed and wore shirts in honor of Warren Madden's last board meeting. The number 41 represents the number of years Madden has served on their board!This week's Featured Tenant is the Iowa State University Research Foundation, which manages the collection of IP for ISU employees and students. Its Board of Directors has full power to manage, direct, and conduct the affairs and business of the corporation. The ISURF Team designed and wore shirts in honor of Warren Madden's last board meeting. The number 41 represents the number of years Madden has served on their board!