Cornell’s tech transfer office, which we refer to as CTL, focuses primarily on – you guessed it – the licensing out to other companies of technology developed at Cornell by faculty, staff, researchers, PhDs and other employees. Sometimes CTL licenses technology to startups formed by the inventors and sometimes it licenses technology to more established larger companies. But there is no doubt that CTL encourages startup companies through its work and programming. And it also encourages those companies to stay local when possible to further our overall entrepreneurial ecosystem.

Our technology resources are focused on world-class shared use facilities in very specific areas. Cornell is fortunate to have such resources on campus and startup companies are fortunate to be able to use them, particularly at the early stages when acquiring the equipment and tools available at the shared use facilities is typically impossible and impractical.

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Licenses Cornell technologies to industry partners

Read more about The Center for Technology Licensing

Promotes research and entrepreneurial activities in the life sciences

Read more about Cornell Institute of Biotechnology

Supports interdisciplinary materials research and development at Cornell

Read more about Center for Materials Research

Read more about Cornell Nanoscale Science and Technology Facility

Academic center in the country to combine hospitality, environmental design, and health policy and managemen

Read more about Cornell Institute for Healthy Futures

Fostering continuous discovery, innovation and dialogue to create sustainable agriculture and food systems

Read more about Cornell Institute for Digital Agriculture

Hub of collaborative sustainability research at Cornell University

Read more about Cornell Atkinson Center for Sustainability

Read more about NY Center of Excellence for Food and Agriculture at Cornell AgriTech

Regional 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 the Interior Northeast I-Corps Hub

A high-intensity X-ray source primarily supported by the National Science Foundation

Read more about the Cornell High Energy Synchrotron Source