Founded 1867, OSU is a public research university offering more than 200 undergraduate and 100 graduate degree programs. They are a leader in clean energy, advanced manufacturing, robotics, materials, and other critical manufacturing areas. They have received research grants from the National Science Foundation, National Institute of Health, and Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency. Their College of Engineering collaborates with industry partners such as Intel and PCC Structurals to transform research into innovative new technologies. OSU hosts the Center for Design of Analog-Digital Integrated circuits; the Center for Sustainable Materials Chemistry; the Collaborative Robotics and Intelligence Institute; and the Northwest Alliance for Computational Science and Engineering. OSU sponsors Oregon Best to connect shared user university labs with industry for energy research. Oregon Signature Research Centers and Pacific Northwest National Labs collaborate with OSU for research and commercialization of materials science and device/systems technology.