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OSU Innovation Park's mission is to create an environment that stimulates innovation, attracts and builds corporations, and drives mutually beneficial engagements between OSU and industry, resulting in accelerated economic development and diversification. 

About Us

The Innovation Park at Oklahoma State University was established in 1998.  Situated on Highway 51, the Innovation Park offers excellent access to both Oklahoma City and Tulsa in a beautiful park setting;
  • Supporting and encouraging relocation and expansion of businesses

  • Supporting the development of technology-based startup companies

  • Providing students with real-world engagement activities

  • Offering lab, acceleration, and incubation space and services

  • Driving mutually beneficial collaborations between OSU and industry

  • Where OSU and industry engage in mutually beneficial collaborations

The 166-acre park also offers land for construction (see available space), established facilities for conducting research (Venture One Building), and provides tenants a host of engagement services beyond research including offices, recreation, and engagement with OSU.


Located in beautiful Stillwater, Oklahoma, OSU Innovation Park strives to provide a work, and play environment as well as the place to be for companies looking to relocate and expand, hire OSU grads, and/or conduct cutting edge research in collaboration with OSU. Along with access to Park Amenities, community benefits include:
  • Family friendly city and culture
  • Highly ranked K-12
  • Affordable housing
  • Access to state-of-the-art healthcare
  • Local arts and easy access to sports, arts, and other entertainment within an hour’s drive


OSU Innovation Park provides access to a host of amenities including; lakes, walking trails, and pending availability and approval, access to OSU Colvin Recreation Center, libraries, and CORE facilities.
  • Lakes – Enjoy relaxing by the lakes in the park and taking in the scenary, taking a walk, or conversing with other park tenants
  • Recreation -  Upon approval, the  Colvin Recreation Center is available at a reduced fee.  Enjoy the burn after a rewarding day's work or to get your day started
  • Library -  Upon approval, Park tenants enjoy access to the Edmon Low library at OSU
  • Transportation -  The park offers plenty of parking in addition to free transportation between campus and the rest of the Stillwater community through The  Bus
  • Affiliate Benefits -  Startups and Companies can apply for use of OSU facilities at inter-departmental rates.  Some of the facilities include: Electron Microscopy Laboratory and statewide NMR Facility. For a full list of available facilities and associated rates click here

Leasable Facilities

Venture One and the Michael S. Morgan buildings offer startup space to emerging and existing companies.  Venture One has specific bio related labs and the Morgan building offers office suites for rent. Please contact one of the team members listed below for availability and pricing.

Construction Plots

OSU Innovation Park welcomes new construction and has multiple lots available to suit your needs.  The following plot map shows lots available for development with approximate acreages.

Join these Hi-Tech Companies at the OSU Research Park

Roll-to-Roll Technologies

Roll-2-Roll Technologies, LLC is developing a next generation electro-mechanical device called a lateral guide for roll-to-roll manufacturing applications. 

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Weaver Labs

With patented defluorination techniques and unique expertise, Weaver Labs is on the cutting edge of compound and materials development. 

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Teledyne Technologies

Teledyne Technologies Incorporated provides enabling technologies for industrial growth markets that require advanced technology and high reliability. 

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