Supporting Cornell initiatives
The Cornell Institute of Biotechnology is a key partner in university-wide initiatives such as Radical Collaborations in Genome Biology, Digital Agriculture, and Infection Biology.
Our people make a difference
With almost 100 scientists and technicial staff members, the Institute of Biotechnology is a vibrant community that produces research, offers services to scientists at Cornell and around the world, and supports commercialization of new biotechnologies.
Developing academic-industrial partnerships
The Center for Life Science Enterprise, a New York State Center for Advanced Technology (CAT), fosters collaboration between Cornell University researchers and industry partners, spurring economic development in the region and throughout the state. (Photography: Simon Wheeler)
Our BRC seed grants foster innovation
Seed grants enable researchers to pursue new avenues of basic and applied research, and attract additional funding to address the world's most pressing challenges in agriculture, veterinary science and human health. (Photography: Tory Hendry)