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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The Grow-NY Food and Ag Summit, managed by Cornell University, is a two-day event showcasing food and ag innovations that will change the path of the industry. The event is designed for entrepreneurs, established companies, investors, resource providers, researchers, and students to: Witness the top 20 food and ag startups from across the globe pitch their innovations for the chance to win up to $1 million. Get inspired by panels and fireside chats led by industry thought leaders. Network, in Syracuse, with an array of startups, incubators, economic development agencies,…Find out more »
Hosted by Cornell Engineering's Entrepreneurs-in-Residence Are you a STEM faculty member or graduate student interested in commercializing your technology? Join Cornell Engineering's Entrepreneurs-in-Residence on November 9 (12:00 p.m. ET) for Licensing "Back" University Technology, an engaging virtual panel discussion to learn how to fast-track the licensing process for university technology. Cornell Engineering alumni will share best practices and common obstacles in completing the licensing process and highlight the progress they have made in their own commercialization journeys. Speakers include: Gregory Ray (Moderator) PhD ‘14, Entrepreneur-in-Residence and SC…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 »
2021 CCMR Symposium: “High Performance Soft Materials: from Bioinspiration to Synthesis and Fabrication”
CCMR Symposium – June 9, 2021 – Virtual – Free Registration! High-performance soft materials: from bioinspiration to synthesis and fabrication! REGISTRATION IS OPEN! 2021 Organizing Committee: Prof. Lawrence Bonassar, Meinig School of Biomedical Engineering/Sibley School of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, College of Engineering, Cornell University Prof. Nikolaos Bouklas, Sibley School of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, College of Engineering, Cornell University A new generation of engineering applications, propelled by industry and government-led initiatives, has created an…Find out more »
2021 Weill Cornell Medicine Startup Symposium - Keynote Speaker, WCM NewCo Presentations, and inventor/investor meetings. More details to follow.Find out more »
Bioventure eLab, which is part of the Biopharma Alliances & Research Collaborations, is collaborating with AmplifyHer Ventures to announce a unique competition open exclusively to Weill Cornell associated companies, led or founded by a woman.Find out more »
Please join WE Cornell for a conversation with STEM founder Reshma Shetty.
The event will feature a presentation from Reshma Shetty.Find out more »
The Center for Technology Licensing (CTL) at Cornell University and Binghamton University are co-sponsoring a webinar presented by APEX, a USAF Partnership Intermediary Agreement (PIA), about the US Air Force SBIR/STTR program.Find out more »
Are you a scientist, engineer, or aspiring entrepreneur working on a tech innovation that you think has strong commercialization potential? Not sure how to move your idea from the lab to the real world?Find out more »
Postponement of BioFutureTM Conference Due to Coronavirus (COVID-19) After careful consideration of the current circumstances surrounding the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, Demy-Colton and the Advisory Board of BioFuture™ have made the difficult decision to postpone BioFuture™, originally scheduled for April 28-29 at the Lotte Palace Hotel in New York City. A rescheduled meeting is being planned for later this year. Our team has been closely monitoring the rapidly escalating domestic and worldwide developments during the last several weeks related to…Find out more »