Cornell University's Seed Industry Program (SIP2022)

"Cornell University, an Ivy League University founded in 1865 is located at lthaca, New York. Jt is home to around Z0,000 students from 120 countries, led by about 3000 world class faculties including Noble laureates and Rhodes scholars. The College of Agriculture and Life Sciences (CALS), instrumental in establishing the International Agricultural Research System, has been involved in education and research partnerships in several countries in Asia since the Green Revolution. CALS has stronp linkages with the global seed sector in providing access to genetic resources and in transferring technologies that are appropriate for incorporating relevant traits in various crops. Center for Technology Licensing (CTL) is a repository of intellectual properties generated at Cornell University.
Cornell is in the forefront of genomics driven advancements in crop trait improvement. Faculté
Ronnie Hoffman is the director of International Programs at College of Agriculture and Life Sciences (CALS), Cornell Universil:y. His strategic contribution in global agriculture development spans over four decades. He is a World Agriculture Prize Laureate and is among the senior most plant breeders today. CoPman's contribution in supporting public research and private sector engagement in next
generation crop Improvement has addressed global problems.

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