As part of the university's commitment to economic development and outreach, CTL hosts a variety of events to create connections between the Cornell campuses, industry members, entrepreneurs, and investors.
Center for Technology Licensing New Business & Emerging Technology Showcase™
April 27, 2017 - 12:00pm - 1:30pm
Open to: Entrepreneurship at Cornell Celebration attendees.
Cornell University continuously paves the way in innovative research that contributes to regional economic development and beyond. The technologies pioneered by Cornell researchers stem from a broad range of disciplines and provide opportunities for business and entrepreneurial ventures.
The Center for Technology Licensing (CTL) hosted a showcase featuring emerging technologies and new business opportunities from the Ithaca campus, New York State Agricultural Experiment Station in Geneva, Cornell Tech in New York City, and Weill Cornell Medicine in New York City. This event was held during the milestone annual two-day entrepreneurship conference, Celebration. Researchers, business representatives, and Technology Licensing Officers were present to discuss the technologies and companies.
Attendees learned more about Cornell technologies and companies in the areas of:
• Drug Delivery
• Gene Therapy
• Fruit Breeding
• Animal Health
• Energy Storage
The Showcase also featured live demonstrations of select Cornell technologies including soft robotics, thermoregulatory clothing, a low power vibration sensor, and a headset for tracking EEG activity. Goose Watch Winery also offered tastings of wines created from Cornell varietals.
For more information on Celebration, click here.
To view the New Business & Emerging Technology program, please click here.
To view photos of the event please click here.
Select posters presented at the Showcase:
Posters of emerging technologies.
A Method to Modulate P-Glycoprotein, a Drug Efflux Transporter
Margaret Bynoe, Microbiology and Immunology
Catalysts for Reduction and Oxidation in Alkaline Fuel Cells
Hongsen Wang, Ryo Wakabayashi, Francis J. DiSalvo, Héctor D. Abruña - Chemistry & Chemical Biology
Marc Murphy, R. Bruce VanDover - Materials Science & Engineering
HIF-Stabilization and the Prevention of Hyperoxia-Induced Neonatal Lung Disease
Randi Silver, Physiology and Biophysics, Weill Cornell Medicine
Integrated Chipscale Ultrasonic Communication Links
Amit Lal, Serhan Ardanuc, Jason Hoople, Justin Kuo - Electrical and Computer Engineering
Intelligent Occupancy Sensing for Heating Control in Low Occupancy Space
David Schneider, Systems Engineering
Justin Cray, Electrical and Computer Engineering
Courtney Weber, School of Integrative Plant Science
Synthesis of Stable Pro-Vitamin Derivatives of Tetrahydrofolate for the Treatment of Folate Deficiencies
Patrick Stover, Martha Field - Nutritional Science
Demonstrations of technologies in the commercialization pipeline.
Zero Power, Low Frequency Accelerometer and Energy Harvester
Amit Lal, Sachin Nadig, Sahil Gupta, Benyamin Davaji - Electrical and Computer Engineering
Posters of Cornell startups based on Cornell licensed technologies.
Bactana Animal Health
John Kallassy, Chief Executive Officer, Bactana Animal Health
Rodrigo Bicalho, Chief Scientific Officer, Bactana Animal Health
New Businesses Founded on Licensed Cornell Technologies During FY2016