At more than 20 locations across the state, early-stage companies are sharing physical space and administrative staff while benefiting from coaching, mentoring and networking opportunities;
Novel Battery Undergoing Tests at AERTC “Stony Brook University energy researchers will be testing a prototype storage battery called a vanadium flow battery that is
The February funding cycle of the Manufacturing Grants is open through February 28th on the FuzeHub website at www.fuzehub.com/manufacturing-grants/. The Manufacturing Grants are designed to encourage collaboration between not-for-profit organizations and companies that work within the manufacturing industry in New York State. The grants serve as a resource to help small to medium-sized manufacturing and technology companies achieve success from early-stage, proof of concept through maturity. The partnership created between the not-for-profit organization and the industry partner serves as a pathway for technology transfer, adoption and implementation of new manufacturing processes as well as the creation of enhanced products and services.
The CAT program encourages collaboration between private industry and universities in the development and application of new technologies. By taking advantage of the program, entrepreneurs and established businesses have access to research expertise, advanced equipment, and product development support through the state’s top academic institutions.
Rapid Advancement in Process Intensification Deployment (RAPID), one of the Manufacturing USA Institutes, is leading the national effort to address gaps in science and technology in process intensification and modular manufacturing. As part of this broad effort, a call for proposals has been released for the development of a graduate level/professional engineer course that will support competencies in this area.
The 13 Centers of Excellence (CoEs) supported by Empire State Development’s Division of Science, Technology & Innovation (NYSTAR) were created to foster partnerships between academic