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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During this virtual meeting, the team at CTL will provide information about the objectives of the program, the requirements to apply, and the selection process.Find out more »
Weill Digital Health Series 2: Regulatory Landscapes and Reimbursement Strategies and Why It Matters
In this second session, our guest experts will present an overview of the regulatory landscape and the challenges related to privacy and data protection. They will also address the future of reimbursement for digital health products.Find out more »
Women Innovators Initiative (WI2): Running a Startup: Perspective of Two Women Founders and CEOs from Cornell
For the third WI2 webinar, we speak with two women founders and CEOs from Cornell University to find out about their experience as female founders/CEOs and to hear about the lessons learned during the formation and the growth of their venture.Find out more »
For this second virtual meeting of the IP series, Dr. John D. Lopinski, Partner at Hodgson Russ LLP, will present an overview of patent eligible subject matter and will provide some examples to illustrate issues related to patent eligibility.
Dr. John D. Lopinski will be joined by Bill Pegg, Associate Director for IP at CTL.
- Overview of patent eligible subject matter
- Challenges in obtaining patent eligibility in Life Sciences (e.g., Diagnostics, Antibodies, etc.)
- Challenges in obtaining patent eligibility in Physical Sciences (e.g., Electronics, Encryption, Blockchain, Crypto, Software, etc.)
2021 Weill Cornell Medicine Startup Symposium - Keynote Speaker, WCM NewCo Presentations, and inventor/investor meetings. More details to follow.Find out more »
For this first virtual meeting of the IP series, the Center for Technology Licensing (CTL) team will present the technology transfer process at Cornell and will outline:
- The groups at CTL and the services offered to the research community
- University Technology Transfer – Bayh Dole
- Patent Law Primer
- Marketing and Evaluating Your Invention Find out more »
Jess Stein, Sr. Licensing & Business Development Officer, will be available to meet during her office hours at Cornell AgriTech in Geneva, NY. She will be there to answer questions about
- what CTL does,
- plant patents,
- plant variety protection (PVP),
- trademarks, etc.
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 »
Jess Stein, Sr. Licensing & Business Development Officer, will be available to meet during her office hours at Cornell AgriTech in Geneva, NY. She will be there to answer questions about what CTL does, licensing, disclosures, plant patents, plant variety protection (PVP), trademarks, etc.Find out more »