Innovation Fueled by Arizona

Licensee Logo Program

Through licensing, inventions created at the University of Arizona are fueling businesses around the state, the nation and the world. From making mines cleaner and safer to new diagnostics and novel drugs to treat diseases like cancer and Alzheimer’s, companies are connecting with us to license technologies that they are taking forward into the marketplace to improve lives of people everywhere.

When you see the “Innovation Fueled by Arizona” logo, you know that the company displaying it is a UArizona licensee; they have made the commitment to make a UArizona invention part of their suite of products and take it forward into the world. This mark in no way represents an endorsement of the company or its products; it solely indicates that the displaying company is a UArizona licensee. 

ONLY licensees of UArizona inventions have the option to use this exclusive mark and permission for use must be granted through Tech Launch Arizona.

For questions about using the “Innovation Fueled by Arizona” logo – or to inquire about getting permission for your startup or company to use the mark on your website or in your communications – contact Paul Tumarkin, Assistant Director of Marketing & Communications at Tech Launch Arizona, pault@tla.arizona.edu.

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All uses must follow the University of Arizona brand guidelines (brand.arizona.edu/applying-the-brand/logo).

Minimum Sizes

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Innovation Fueled by Arizona Logo with clear space
Minimum width of 2.5 inches or 240 pixels, and a height of .2" tall or 20 pixels tall. 

To maintain full legibility, never reproduce the logos at sizes smaller than those listed below. These minimum sizes are meant for 300 dpi, high-quality printing and visibility on web pages.

Required Clear Space

Clear space must surround all Arizona logos (including unit logos) to ensure legibility and prominence. The size of the clear space around all logos must be at least the width of the top blue bar of the “Block A.”