The Praxis Center for Venture Development helps Cornell engineering, digital and physical science startup companies grow from interesting ideas to self sufficient enterprises. The Center focuses on accelerating the development of client companies’ technologies or products, validating client companies’ value propositions and strengthening client companies’ management teams.
The Center facilitates the maturation of client companies to achieve a sustainable level of economic activity, generate significant outside investments and independent operation.
Definition of praxis (prăkˈsĭs): n. Practical application or exercise of a branch of learning.
Entrepreneurs find home as Activate Fellows at Praxis Center
October 30, 2022
Two Cornell graduates, CEOs of Praxis clients REEgen and Soctera, benefit from the vibrant innovation ecosystem at Cornell and Activate’s…
U.S. Partnership for Assured Electronics (USPAE) Awards $750,000.00 to Soctera, Inc.
December 5, 2023
Dec 4, 2023 Seven microelectronics firms received nearly $10 million in combined funding to commercialize technologies of interest to the…
Lab of Plasma Studies joins DOE-funded hub to advance fusion energy
December 08, 2023
Cornell's Laboratory of Plasma Studies has joined the newly established Inertial Fusion Science and Technology Hub, known as RISE, a multi-institutional consortium to advance inertial fusion energy as a power source that could change the world.