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Manufacturing Round Up for the Week of 10/09/2015

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State Wins Funding For Manufacturing Program, Seeks Regional Partners

“Empire State Development, New York’s economic development agency, won $6 million in federal funding over the next five years as part of a federal program, called the Manufacturing Extension Partnership, for supporting small and mid-sized manufacturers in nine states.”
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SUNY Poly Plans Clean-Tech Research, Manufacturing Hub In Syracuse Area

“The nanotechnology-focused school, based in Albany, is launching a partnership with Le Moyne College and a Syracuse company, Nectar Partners, to create a Clean-Tech Innovation and Commercialization Hub in Onondaga County.”
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SolarCity Construction Hiring About To Explode

“While the workforce at the solar panel factory has hovered around 450 for much of the summer, the workforce at the site is expected to nearly triple in the coming months as work on the building’s mechanical and electrical systems gets underway.”
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Building On Legacy: Rochester Secures Its Future With Advanced Manufacturing

“Dave Stoklosa embodies the spirit of Rochester, New York. He knows how to move from a challenging situation to a profitable one. While working for Kodak he was in charge of the Eastman Business Park located in Rochester.”
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CNYREDC Submits Proposal For Cuomo’s $1.5 Billion Economic-Development Contest

“The Central New York regional economic-development council (CNYREDC) has submitted its proposal to New York State as part of Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s $1.5 billion Upstate Revitalization Initiative competition.”
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Members Of The Made In NY Media Center To Show Off New Tech

“The Made In NY Media Center will be presenting a coterie of companies for its fourth Demo Day today. The Brooklyn-based startup incubator has selected four of its in-house entrepreneurs to make presentations to panelists, including Babur Habib, co-founder of software company Kno Inc., and angel investor Tanya Prive, CEO of Onevest, who has backed CoFoundersLab.com.”

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