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.

Type: Cornell University Resources

Cornell Business & Technology Park


The Cornell Business & Technology Park is the Ithaca area’s premier suburban office and lab park, providing a first class environment for local, national and international office and research firms and providing an interface between Cornell University and the business community. A majority of the companies within the park are technology-based, many of which conduct award-winning research associated with or derived from Cornell.

Cornell Clinical & Translational Science Center


At the Weill Cornell Medical College, the Clinical and Translational Science Center (CTSC) provides investigators with state-of-the-art resources for conducting clinical / translational research. The mission of the Clinical and Translational Science Center (CTSC) is to provide an environment that allows optimal use of our considerable multi-institutional assets and the diversity of our patient population to move translational research seamlessly from bench to bedside and to the community. The CTSC acts as a conduit through which essential resources, technological tools and education programs for all partners can be efficiently shared and managed.

Cornell Consulting Group

The Cornell Consulting Group is a student-run, nonprofit organization that offers strategy consulting services to regional business, non-profit organizations, and government entities.

Cornell Digital Print Services


Cornell Digital Print Services provides cost-effective, high-quality copying and digital color printing services to university departments and individuals. Scanning and storage services are also available.

Cornell Entrepreneur Network

The Cornell Entrepreneur Network (CEN) is the university’s multi-city business networking program. With ~100 events per year, CEN offers alumni the opportunity to learn from world-class speakers and meet fellow Cornellians with similar business motivations. Visit CEN’s web site to see a list of upcoming events.

Cornell Entrepreneurship and Innovation Institute


The Entrepreneurship and Innovation Institute (EII) is Johnson’s new hub for education, research, collaboration, and programs in the fields of entrepreneurship and innovation. EII’s mission is to foster these fields’ three most critical components: knowledge, networking, and opportunity. Together, the components form a robust, comprehensive menu for engagement among all current and aspiring stakeholders in our entrepreneurship and innovation ecosystem: students, faculty, alumni, entrepreneurs, business leaders, inventors, technologists, investors, advisors, mentors, and researchers.

Cornell NanoScale Science & Technology Facility


The Cornell NanoScale Science & Technology Facility (CNF) is a national user facility that supports a broad range of nanoscale science and technology projects by providing state-of-the-art resources coupled with expert staff support.



Entrepreneurship@Cornell (E@C) works with all schools, colleges and organizations to help create and promote entrepreneurship education, events, commercialization and experiential earning opportunities. E@C’s vision is to support a diverse group of university-wide activities that find and foster the entrepreneurial spirit in every Cornell participant — in every college, every field, and every stage of life.

Kevin M. McGovern Family Center for Venture Development in the Life Sciences


The McGovern Center is designed to develop young Cornell life science companies. The Center’s program focuses on accelerating research/development of its client companies’ technology/products, validating its client companies’â„¢ business plans, and strengthening its client companies’ management teams. The Center’s goal is to facilitate the forward progress of client companies to the point at which each will merit significant outside investment, and achieve self-sufficiency.

Startup Suite

The Johnson School provides a complete suite of entrepreneurship services: capital, consulting and counsel. Johnson School students, together with Cornell law students, deliver these services and have responsibility for managing these entities under the guidance of faculty advisors.

  • BR Ventures is a seed-stage venture capital fund focused on providing funding to early-stage, high-growth businesses.
  • BR Incubator offers commercial and strategic consulting to start-up companies, helping them bridge the gap between business idea and company growth.
  • BR Legal provides affordable, professional-quality legal services to new ventures.
  • BR MicroCapital offers business advising and lending services to needs-based local entrepreneurs. BR MicroCapital is based at the Johnson School’s Center for Sustainable Global Enterprise in partnership with a local credit union.