Iowa State University Research park

The Iowa State University Research Park (ISURP) is a growing technology community and incubator for new and expanding businesses, providing access to the vast array of resources available at Iowa State University: from talent pipeline management, to specialized equipment, to access to the research infrastructure. ISURP is a 400+ acre development serving an upwards of 90 tenant companies, with more than 800,000 square feet of developed building space. The statewide impact from companies with strong ties to ISURP cannot be overstated; five companies that started at ISURP have gone public and multiple others have enjoyed successful liquidity events. The current tenant roster boasts world headquarters locations for two publicly traded companies and major research and development facilities for 10 others.

Skroot Laboratory Inc. spins off from Iowa State research, helps labs make medicine

AMES, Iowa – It’s necessary work for a cell factory, but monitoring cell growth in small flasks is labor intensive and risks contaminating cell cultures. It can be a bit of lab drudgery, too. “I did this often in graduate school,” said Nigel Reuel, an Iowa State University assistant professor who recently earned tenure and was promoted to associate professor of chemical and biological engineering. He’s also the Jack R. and Carol A. Johnson Faculty Fellow. “For fast growing types, you’d have to...

Registration Open for 2021 Iowa Vaccines and Immunotherapeutics Conference

AMES, Iowa (April 8th, 2021) - Registration is now open for the 2021 Iowa Vaccines and Immunotherapeutics Virtual Conference presented by Iowa State University, the University of Iowa, and BioConnect Iowa. The conference will take place on May 12th and 13th from 8-10:30 am. Both days will begin with keynotes followed by breakout sessions. Breakout sessions will be focused on six key areas: May 12th Human Vaccines and Cancer Microbiome/Probiotics Diagnostics, pathogen detection, and biosensors...

Agricultural and biosystems engineering graduate program ranked among the best

AMES, Iowa (March 31st, 2021) – It has been a tug-of-war for the top spot among the graduate programs in biological/agricultural engineering ranked by U.S. News and World Report magazine. Two years ago the programs at Iowa State and Indiana’s Purdue University tied for first. Last year, Iowa State was first. This year, Iowa State is second. Iowa State’s program has a lot to offer its graduate students, said Amy Kaleita, the department’s interim chair and a professor of agricultural and...

America’s Cultivation Corridor Announces First Cohort of Cultivo Virtual Academy

DES MOINES, Iowa (March 25th, 2021)- America's Cultivation Corridor™, an ISU Research Park Tenant, recently released exciting news about their new Cultivo™ Virtual Academy. See the linked release for more info!   Cultivo Cohort 1 Announcement


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. 

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