One of the main objectives of the Center for Technology Licensing (CTL) is to foster the growth of new businesses based on Cornell Technology to promote regional economic development. We work to create successful transitions from innovation to new enterprise.
This is a collection of resources, companies, and organizations that provide services to assist in business development and entrepreneurship.
Entrepreneur Resources & Information
This list includes links to organizations, programs, and reference articles for entrepreneurs.
Xallent is developing the next generation of Scanning Probe Microscopes (SPM) to enable advanced, rapid, in-line testing of semiconductor devices and thin-films at the micro- and nano-scales. Patented technologies are based on integrating one or multiple tips with supporting sensing, actuation and electronics on a single probe chip. These “probe platforms-on-a-chip” are designed and fabricated using advanced nanoelectromechanical system (NEMS) technologies, enabling simple and cost-effective miniaturization to the nanoscale.
The Cornell Angel Network brings together new businesses based on Cornell technology or founded by Cornellians and accredited investors ("Cornell Angels") with an interest in investing in new businesses related to Cornell. The Cornell Angel Network features online profiles of Cornell Startups and Cornellian Startups and personal profiles of Cornell Angel members.