Cornell Center for Technology Enterprise and Commercialization
The Cornell Center for Technology Enterprise & Commercialization (CCTEC) is Cornell University’s technology transfer office. We manage technologies and plant varieties for Cornell University at the main campus in Ithaca, the Weill Cornell Medical College campus in New York City, and the New York State Agricultural Experiment Station in Geneva. Our goal is to support Cornell’s land-grant mission and to promote public good by connecting Cornell technology to industry and business development efforts.
Columbia Technology Ventures
Columbia Technology Ventures is considered one of the leading technology transfer offices in the world, with 300+ invention disclosures from faculty students and staff, 40+ licenses, 10 + startups and over $100 million in gross licensing revenue each year.Read more…
New York University Office of Industrial Liaison
NYU has a commitment to translational research and a strong track record in seeing its discoveries successfully commercialized to benefit the public. More than twenty biomedical products have come to market based on NYU technologies, including drugs to treat cancers, rheumatoid arthritis, and psoriasis, diagnostics to help guide HIV therapy, MRI technology, orthopaedic and dental implants, stent technology, monitoring equipment, and other device technologies. Read more…
Technion Breakthroughs Medicine
Rutgers Office of Technology Commercialization
Creating knowledge and transmitting it to present and future generations is the very essence of a research university. Students and faculty at Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey are discovering innovations in numerous disciplines including agriculture, engineering, computing, physical sciences, energy, life sciences, and pharmaceuticals. At the Office of Technology Commercialization, we serve as a bridge between Rutgers researchers and commercialization partners, helping to disseminate the innovations created at Rutgers for the maximum benefit of society.