A vibrant entrepreneurial ecosystem demands a great selection of accelerator and incubator programs. We define an accelerator program as one that puts its participants through intense steps specifically aimed at achievable goals, like customer discover, MVP development and company launch. Accelerators are not about physical space, rather they are about intense programmatic offerings. Incubators combine space with programming and are targeted towards certain verticals with ongoing longer term dedicated mentorship.

At Cornell, we are delighted to offer successful accelerator programs and on-campus incubator space geared towards company creation and growth. And fortunately, we seem to be constantly adding to our offering bench.

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Fosters an entrepreneurial ecosystem for researchers, clinicians and staff at Weill Cornell Medicine

Read more about Weill Cornell Medicine Bioventure eLab


A 10-week summer intensive that enables students to continue growing their startups over the summers

Read more about Johnson Summer Startup Accelerator


Helps create communities that are socially just, ecologically sound, and work for everyone

Read more about Center for Transformative Action


An incubator focused on accelerating the development of engineering, digital and physical science startups.

Read more about Praxis Center for Venture Development


Aids Cornell students, faculty, and community members with life sciences innovations.

Read more about The McGovern Center


Business incubator and workspace in downtown Ithaca, NY.

Read more about Rev: Ithaca Startup Works


Programming to support hardware entrepreneurs and innovations

Read more about Rev’s Hardware Accelerators


Research park designed to foster the creation of innovative agriculture technologies

Read more about The Technology Farm


Local and national training courses with NSF funding to help researchers get out of the lab and explore the market potential of their discoveries

Read more about UNY NSF I-Corps


Offers a unique product development and pilot manufacturing space for entrepreneurs to develop new dairy products and start new food businesses.

Read more about the Cornell Food Processing and Development Laboratory (FPDL)