Paid Research Studies

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View all available studies in the URI Participant Portal.

Participate, Earn Money

We are looking for all types of people to help shape new technology and products by participating in research studies. Your feedback during the development process is vital to helping build better products.

Help Make Things Better

Tell us what you think of products you use everyday…and earn a few bucks while you do it!

Refer a Friend

We’re always looking for more people like you! If you know someone who would be interested in participating in a study, please have them sign up in our database!

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It starts with the portal

The URI Participant Portal is where you can sign up to participate in studies that interest you, influence product decisions and get paid for your feedback!

Browse and apply

Use the URI Participant Portal to quickly apply to studies by completing a simple screening survey. If selected, our coordinators will contact you to participate in the study!

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If you are selected to participate in a study, we’ll set up a time and location to gather your feedback which will be used to inform the product’s development!

Get paid

After you participate, we will pay you via your preferred payment method as a thank you for your feedback.

Remember: we are testing the product, not you.
There are no wrong answers, and all of your feedback is valuable!


You’ll receive a gratuity in the form of your preferred payment method for between $75-350 for your valuable time and input.

Most sessions take less than 2 hours.

You don’t have to prepare anything beforehand. Just come on time and be prepared to give feedback!

If you fill out a survey and aren’t asked to participate, don’t worry. Different studies have different criteria, and if this study isn’t a good fit for you, we’ll contact you with different opportunities soon.

Still have questions? Visit our Help Center to learn more.

And be sure to like us on Facebook –it’s a great way to stay connected to the latest studies.