The Center for Technology Licensing (CTL) is Cornell University's technology transfer office. We manage technology for Cornell's Ithaca campus, Weill Cornell Medicine, Cornell Tech, and Cornell AgriTech in Geneva.

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Disclosures


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TTAC


The Technology Transfer Advisory Committee (TTAC) has been disbanded.

Web Accessibility


Cornell University is committed to making our websites accessible to everyone, including individuals with disabilities. To report a problem or to request an accommodation to access online materials, information, resources,... Read More

Export Control


Please note export control laws are federal. U.S. government regulations for export control apply to the transfers of certain items, information and software to:   (a) any entity outside the... Read More

Outgoing Transfers


CTL manages MTAs for all outgoing transfers of tangible research materials (TRMs), including those from Cornell’s Ithaca campus, Weill Cornell Medicine, Cornell Tech, and Cornell AgriTech, to organizations outside of... Read More

Types of Events


IP Series The IP series is featuring invited guest speakers who will provide an overview of the different types of intellectual property (IP), updates on the latest changes in the... Read More

FAQ


Frequently Asked Questions: Q: I plated out DH10B + BIBAC2 vector on Kan (40 mg/L) + Sucrose (5%) plates and got some colonies. What is going on? A: A better... Read More

Sequence Info


Below: Region around the (unique) BamHI cloning site of pCH20, BIBAC1, BIBAC2 and BIBAC4. The AvaI and EcoRV sites shown are destroyed by a blunt end ligation step, and are... Read More

Protocols


TABLE OF CONTENTS: Subcloning inserts from traditional BAC or PAC vectors into the BIBAC Modifying the BIBAC vector Media [BIBAC] Electroporation Isolation of Plasmid DNA Agrobacterium plasmid prep Preparation of... Read More