Success Stories

Each company in the Research Park has a story. From homegrown startups rooted in the incubator to corporations with innovation centers, these companies found success. Read the success stories of the past and present of Research Park here.

How good ideas grow from academic partnerships This summer, a group of ...
An EnterpriseWorks’ graduate, Agrible, has been acquired by Nutrien Ag...
At the University of Illinois Research Park, Brunswick i-Jet Lab interns...
The Caterpillar Data Innovation Lab is located at the University of Illi...
Graybar, celebrating its 150th year as a company, has a unique perspecti...
In February 2017, Syngenta launched a Digital Innovation Lab at the Univ...
Decision-makers at Anheuser-Busch InBev see Big Data as a powerful tool ...
Yazmine Carbajal, an industrial-design student, wants to help older peop...
“Made up of several different departments, the John Deere Technolo...
Ameren Corporation moved into its Innovation Center in 2015. University ...
CHAMPAIGN – State Farm opened its Research and Development Center ...
When Professor Paul Braun’s research group first began exploring t...
Big ventures often start small – as nothing more than someone acti...
Phi Optics is an optical microscope company that has created a way for l...
At the 2013 Innovation Celebration, InstaRecon won the Innovation Transf...
Oso Technologies was founded in 2011 by five University of Illinois at U...
It happened one night in the Research Park. Brian Jurczyk, co-founder an...
Innovation comes in many forms. Sometimes it means looking at an old pro...
Abbott‘s satellite research and development facility at the Resear...
The Archer Daniels Midland (ADM) Bioenergy Modeling Center in Research P...
Riverbed Technology is a California-based IT company whose growth has ou...
iCyt is synonymous with innovation and entrepreneurial success in Champa...
Innovation is the watchword by which Littelfuse, Inc. climbed the ladder...
Using simulation computer code technology that was originally developed ...
Looking back, it was as if Yahoo! swept into Champaign-Urbana overnight....