The University Technology Development Corporation (UTDC) is a Nebraska nonprofit public benefit corporation that promotes, encourages and assists the scholarly activities of University of Nebraska faculty. The subsidiary companies of UTDC, which are listed below, provide a mechanism to engage faculty and staff and apply innovations from the University of Nebraska.
UTDC works with the private and government sectors to develop research, partnerships and ventures that foster business development,entrepreneurship and economic competitiveness for the State of Nebraska.
For additional information please contact:
President, University Technology Development Corporation (UTDC)
3835 Holdrege Street
Lincoln, Nebraska 68583-0745
Office: (402) 472-7554
UDTC Development Corporations
National Strategic Research Institute (NSRI)
NSRI is a academic research institute that provides mission-essential research and development capabilities for USSTRATCOM and other DoD and federal agencies focused on combating weapons of mass destruction. They deliver research solutions that directly impact DoD operations and national security.
Nebraska Applied Research Institute (NARI)
Nebraska Applied Research Institute offers cutting-edge cybersecurity solutions--helping protect complex building operational systems--to businesses and government agencies. The team is based in Omaha and is composed of world-class subject matter experts, researchers and ethical hackers.
Nebraska Innovation Campus
Nebraska Innovation Campus is a research and technology campus designed to facilitate new and in-depth partnerships between the University of Nebraska and private sector businesses. NIC is adjacent to the University of Nebraska–Lincoln and provides businesses with access to research faculty, facilities and students.
NUtech Ventures is the intellectual property and commercialization unit of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. NUtech identifies, evaluates, protects, markets and licenses UNL intellectual property and connects innovators with the people, coaching and resources they need to start companies, develop products and create jobs.
UNeMed Corporation manages technology transfer and commercialization for the University of Nebraska Medical Center and the University of Nebraska at Omaha. Its primary focus: building and developing partnerships with industrial leaders who can push UNMC and UNO innovations beyond the laboratory and into the marketplace.
University Village is located at the University of Nebraska at Kearney and combines public and private resources in a mix of business, retail, office, services, residential, and recreational offerings. University Village works with UNK on university-related projects, as well as with developers interested in commercial construction projects in the University Village footprint.