University at Buffalo incubators offer affordable, flexible spaces, programs and support for technology based startups created by the Innovation Hub partner’s faculty, researchers, students or staff.
UB Incubators offer affordable co-working space for early stage entrepreneurs, who are not yet ready to rent physical space but value the support available in the entrepreneurial ecosystem.
UB Incubators offer flexible office spaces and terms; start small and expand as your startup grows.
UB Incubators feature flexible, well-equipped labs to help your startup finalize development of your product. Amenities vary by location.
Need labs for your R&D projects? UB also offers labs, facilities and specialized equipment for product analysis, testing and prototyping.
Apply to the UB Incubators or our co-working space when you're ready to work with an experienced team and build business collaborations. Learn More: Eligibilty & Application Process →
The Incubator @ Baird was one of the nation’s first bioincubators in 1988 and has helped more than 200 companies commercialize their technologies.
The UB Incubator @ CBLS will expand the ability to serve technology and life-science based startups on the Buffalo Niagara Medical Campus.
The CBLS is also home to Core Service Facilities that provide technology assets and expertise to support industry growth in the focus areas of Genomics, Proteomics, Computational Research & Biobanking.
Set your ideas in motion. Our entrepreneurship program helps
students succeed. Blackstone LaunchPad powered by Techstars is
a campus-based entrepreneurship program designed to introduce entrepreneurship as a viable career path.
Learn how to conduct customer discovery and identify potential market fit. Leverage customer feedback to determine if your idea has the power to grow and expand into a business or licensing opportunity.
The Entrepreneurship Law Center (E-Law) provides quality services to early-stage, high-growth ventures in conjunction with leading practitioners and law firms.