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Let’s Make Scientific Breakthroughs Possible, Together.

 

For over seventy years AUI has been turning dreams into reality, speculation into Nobel Prizes, ideas into giant scientific facilities, and impressions into new disciplines of science. We enable amazing outcomes when partners seek our expertise to facilitate tomorrow’s innovations. We invite you to contact us and then together, we can coalesce your thoughts into impactful scientific objectives.

Our Focus Areas

Astronomy and Space

AUI has built, managed, and operated state-of-the-art radio astronomy facilities for the National Science Foundation (NSF).

Cybersecurity

We are pioneering new research capabilities to advance our defenses for our national critical infrastructure needs.

Energy Programs

We are collaborating to improve the environment by cleaning the upstream supply chain of critical materials needed to empower green technologies.

Education and Public Engagement

AUI enhances education through supporting eLearning programs, developing and stewarding collaborative STEM programs and by managing world class scientific facilities.

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Collaboration Opportunities

We forge strong and meaningful partnerships through various contract models. We offer operations and management excellence, e-learning curriculum development and evaluations, cybersecurity expertise, and methods to convene science and policy workshops.

Sponsor Research

You’ve got problems! See how we can help! For over 70 years our sponsors have relied on our support to investigate and develop new branches of science. AUI provides the benefits of fundamental and applied research.

Industry Partnerships

We are actively seeking industrial partnerships through AUI’s Center for Greening the Supply Chain (CGSC). We aim to identify research gaps and technology development needs, integrate workforce development activities, and promote the rapid transition and deployment of technologies to green the supply chain.

 

Licensing

Our stellar ambitions necessitate highly specialized sensors, detectors, amplifiers, optics, and electromagnetic components. These technologies are useful beyond astronomical applications, and available for industrial and commercial electronics.

Contact Us Today

 

Partnering organizations enjoy a wide selection of opportunities with AUI. Whether you are seeking a competitive advantage in the global marketplace or are a federal agency tackling large-scale challenges – we have the flexibility, creativity and experience to achieve your goals.

 

Start a Venture

We transform great ideas into amazing technologies, facilities, and discoveries. Through AUI Labs, we are incubating the solutions to tomorrow’s greatest challenges. Explore how to materialize your vision.

Commercialization

AUI has enabled improvements in communications antennas, transistors, cryogenic coolers, medical and scientific imaging, time and frequency standards, atomic clocks, GPS navigation, 911 emergency call location, and precision spacecraft navigation. Explore what AUI can make with you.

Heising—Simons Foundation Partners with AUI and the IAU to Boost Gender Equity Programs for Young Astronomers

The Heising–Simons Foundation (HSF) has awarded $126,500 to Associated Universities, Inc. (AUI) and the International Astronomical Union (IAU) to support two programs: the Women and Girls in Astronomy project and the IAU Junior Member Travel Grant Fund. Women and...

New NSF Funded Project Will Study How Podcasts Can Support Inclusive STEM Learning

[Washington, D.C.] Tumble Media, in partnership with Associated Universities Inc (AUI), Oregon State University (OSU) and Independence Science, has been awarded a $1 million grant by the National Science Foundation (NSF) Division Of Research On Learning. The team will...

AUI and NRAO Announce 2022 NAC Bridge Scholarship Recipients

This news article was originally published on NRAO.edu on July 5, 2022.AUI and the National Radio Astronomy Observatory (NRAO) have announced the recipients of the 2022 AUI Board of Trustees NAC Bridge Scholarship Award. Now in its second year, the scholarship...

Pride Month Statement

Pride Month is a time for celebration of LGBTQIA+ communities and commemoration of the Stonewall Uprising of 1969 and the ensuing liberation movement it inspired for the ongoing fight for full equality.  At AUI, we celebrate an environment that is safe and welcoming...

2022 AUI Scholarship Recipients

Below are the six recipients of the 2022 AUI Scholarship conducted by International Scholarship and Tuition Services, Inc. These students will each receive an award of $3,500 per year to aid in defraying expenses at the college or university of their choice. ELIJAH...

Astronomers Reveal First Image of the Black Hole at the Heart of Our Galaxy

This news article was originally published on NRAO.edu on May 12, 2022.Credit: EHT CollaborationAt simultaneous press conferences around the world, including at a National Science Foundation-sponsored press conference at the US National Press Club in Washington, D.C.,...

Scientists Find Elusive Gas From Post-starburst Galaxies Hiding in Plain Sight

This news article was originally published on NRAO.edu on Apr. 25, 2022.Scientists discovered that post-starburst galaxies condense their gas rather than expelling it, begging the question: what’s actually keeping them from forming stars? Post-starburst galaxies were...

Applications Accepted for 2022 Astronomy in Chile Educator Ambassadors Program

Applications are now being accepted for the 2022 Astronomy in Chile Educator Ambassadors Program (ACEAP).

Inspiring, Retaining and Promoting Female Talent in STEM Careers

Retaining and promoting female talent in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) is a goal that must be embraced by large scientific facilities, civil society, academia and the private sector.

NRAO Researcher Receives Prestigious Engineering Award

Matthew Morgan, a scientist and research engineer at the National Radio Astronomy Observatory’s Central Development Laboratory, has received a prestigious engineering award for work that has beneficial applications far beyond its original purpose in radio astronomy.

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