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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CTL Practicum is the internship program at the Center for Technology Licensing at Cornell University (CTL). CTL, office responsible for commercializing research discoveries from Cornell researchers across the five campuses, is opening a new recruitment cycle of graduate students and post-doctoral researchers. The Practicum aims at providing valuable exposure to the process of commercialization. During this session, students will learn about the program, about how their contribution impacts the activities at CTL, and about the benefits of this experiential learning…Find out more »
The Center for Technology Licensing (CTL) is the office responsible for commercializing research discoveries from Cornell researchers across the five campuses at Cornell University. In this series, CTL team will talk about what CTL does, will present the services provided to Cornell researchers and graduate students, and will provide an overview of the technology transfer process at Cornell. Presenters: • Lisa Placanica, Senior Managing Director, CTL@WCM • Bill Pegg, Associate Director for IP, CTL • Phil Owh, Associate Director, Licensing…Find out more »
UTS Series #2 – Pitching 101: How to Present Your Startups and Technology Innovation to Potential Funders
For CTL second UTS series, Margalit Haber and Ajay Rayasam at Osage University Partners (OUP) will focus the session on how an entrepreneur, or a faculty-entrepreneur can develop and deliver a pitch to gain interest and commitment from potential investors. Pitching an early-stage science- and technology-based startup to potential funders can be intimidating. Learning how to tailor your presentation and understanding what motivates funders to say yes, or at least not give you an outright no, are important aspects of…Find out more »
Have a burning question on venture capital you need answered? Join the Center for Technology Licensing's partner, Osage University Partners (OUP), for our second annual 'Ask a VC' webinar, a session where our partner TTOs can ask Managing Partners Marc Singer and Bill Harrington anything and everything as it pertains to venture capital operations, decision-making, and the current investing environment. Since the purpose of this webinar is to answer your questions on venture capital and startups, submit your questions…Find out more »