Overview of Industry Partnerships

The University of New Mexico has a long history of copperation with Industry in support of research. Industry collaboration benefits the mutual health and productivity of industry and society. Cooperative arrangements help the unieristy to achieve its goals for research, teaching, public service, and cultural diversity. Through alliances with other educational institutions, businesses, foundations, and governments, the University of New Mexico is deeply engaged in developing global economic well being. University research is the foundation of a knowledge economy that will transform our world. Some of the programs and offices that facilitate this work include:
 

UNM Industry Partnerships

Recruit UNM Students

Through a curriculum of action-based, interdisciplinary learning, the University of New Mexico primes its students to be tomorrow's most innovative business leaders. UNM graduates are entrepreneurs in the truest sense and have fueled the formation of many industry-leading businesses- from technology startups to some of the world’s leading companies including X,Y,Z. Working with the groups below, Business Engagement Center staff can connect your businesses with a continual flow of UNM student and alumni talent.

Technology Transfer

STC.UNM (formerly known as the Science & Technology Corporation @ UNM) is a nonprofit corporation formed and owned entirely by the University of New Mexico Board of Regents (UNM). We are a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation with an independent board of directors. Located on UNM's south campus at the Science & Technology Park in Albuquerque, New Mexico, STC has proximity to research and development and laboratory facilities and other technology based companies, many of which are the creation of STC. STC also collaborates with researchers at New Mexico's two national labs—Sandia National Laboratories and Los Alamos National Laboratory—located nearby. Please our visit STC.UNM at https://stc.unm.edu/about/

Patents & Licenses

The Office of Science and Technology Transfer at the University of New Mexico oversees patents and licenses for the university. You can view our technologies available for licensing through the innovation networking platform, Flintbox. Get the latest technologies delivered straight to your email inbox by clicking the bell icon. Choose to receive daily or weekly notifications on relevant new Projects, Groups, or Researchers that are posted on Flintbox. You will receive an email about new postings that match your criteria. If you like more information on a particular technology, the contact information is provided on the technology’s page.

Bureau of Business and Economic Research (BBER)

The University of New Mexico Bureau of Business and Economic Research (BBER), established in 1945, has decades of experience and a proven track record in providing objective and credible demographic and economic information, analysis, and projections to New Mexico businesses, state and local government agencies, and the general public. BBER staff has training and experience in: 1. Economic modeling and forecasting 2. Demographic research, population estimates and projections 3. Statistics and econometrics 4. Economic and fiscal impact analysis