Hundreds of corporations have learned that partnering with Cornell is smart business. With a dynamic campus in Ithaca and the development of Cornell Tech in New York City, Cornell fosters a climate where collaboration with industry flourishes, creating breakthrough discoveries that help to advance industry and expanding opportunities for continuous innovation.
Research Alliances & Partnerships
The Center for Technology Licensing (CTL) leads research alliances and partnerships across the Ithaca and NY-Tech campuses, coordinating with the business development professionals in different colleges and research centers. It also works closely with the Office of BioPharma Alliances at Weill Cornell Medicine, who lead similar efforts on that campus. Together we create and develop industry/campus alliances that advance the research, education and impact of Cornell IP. For campus-specific contact information, please visit the Research Alliances & Partnerships page on CTL’s website.
Over the years, the Center for Technology Licensing (CTL) has licensed technologies to industry partners and start-ups all over the world in support of Cornell’s mission and to develop these technologies and plant varieties into products and services for public good. Once you have disclosed your invention to CTL, your licensing officer will work with you to explore its market or commercial potential and develop a licensing strategy.
If you and your licensing officer determine the use of your invention in the starting of a new business enterprise will best advance the university’s missions and strategic goals, CTL will work to help create the startup company. If you are interested in leading this effort, let the licensing officer responsible for your invention know.