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October 2022

CTL New Ventures Series – Pitching 101: How to Present Your Startups and Technology Innovation to Potential Funders

October 4 — 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

Back by popular demand for CTL’s New Ventures Series this fall, Kirsten Leute and Ajay Rayasam at Osage University Partners (OUP) 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…

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Ignite Innovation Acceleration – Fall 2022 Cycle Info Session #1

October 7 — 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

Ignite Innovation Acceleration is one of the four signature programs of Ignite: Cornell Research Lab to Market gap funding series. The program aims to advance Cornell University research innovations to the next inflection point (technical or commercial validation) towards commercialization.   Awarded projects will receive up to $50,000. The funding is provided in form of grants to labs to advance inventions toward licensing, startup formation, or industry partnerships.   Project applications are submitted by Cornell University research labs based on…

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CTL@WCM Special Panel on Health Equity

October 11 — 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

On the occasion of the diversity month, Weill Cornell Medicine Enterprise Innovation’s CTL@WCM is addressing disparities in health and health care affecting underrepresented groups. Gender, ethnoracial background, income, housing, and geographic location, etc. are just some of factors that influence health and well-being. People of color and other marginalized groups are the most impacted by healthcare inequity, and they experience higher rates of illness. Racial disparities, particularly, is estimated to cost $93 billion in excess medical care. In a special…

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Ignite Innovation Acceleration – Fall 2022 Cycle Info Session #2

October 18 — 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

Ignite Innovation Acceleration is one of the four signature programs of Ignite: Cornell Research Lab to Market gap funding series. The program aims to advance Cornell University research innovations to the next inflection point (technical or commercial validation) towards commercialization.   Awarded projects will receive up to $50,000. The funding is provided in form of grants to labs to advance inventions toward licensing, startup formation, or industry partnerships.   Project applications are submitted by Cornell University research labs based on disclosed, active CTL inventions from Ithaca,…

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