Contact Us

The CAT supports biotechnology industries in New York State by promoting technology transfer, economic development, entrepreneurial innovation, and research and development.

Physical Location: Billing Address: biotech@cornell.edu
130 Biotechnology Building c/o Tami Magnus
Cornell University 130 Biotechnology Building, 526 Campus Road
Ithaca campus Cornell University
HOW TO GET HERE: interactive campus map Ithaca, NY 14853

Please call, email, or better yet, stop in:

Center for Advanced Technology (CAT)
Institute of Biotechnology

402 Weill Hall
Cornell University
biotech@cornell.edu
+1 607 254.6541

WHY ITHACA?

WHY CORNELL? Facts about Cornell

Cornell has a large impact on the local and regional economy. 

Cornell University is a public/private partnership-unique in American higher education-between a privately-endowed, Ivy League university and the State of New York. For nearly a century and a half, Cornell has provided a broad array of educational, research and outreach services to the people of New York. It is by several measures the state’s leading research university. And as New York's land grant university, it fulfills a special responsibility to share its knowledge with people, communities and businesses throughout the state-and in doing so, supports the continued growth of New York's economy. See the economic impact report:

Cornell University Economic Impact on New York State (2009)