Entrepreneurship at Cornell

Cornell University’s Center for Advanced Technology (CAT) proudly supports matching grants for small, New York State biotechnology companies who wish to employ a student intern for 10 weeks during the summer. Our CAT defines “biotechnology companies” as those that investigate, modify, and/or produce living microorganisms or organisms, living system, or living ecosystems in fields including human medicine, veterinary medicine, agriculture, and biology.

Interested Cornell students and New York State biotechnology companies can visit Entrepreneurship@Cornell's Summer Internships page for further information.


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