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Manufacturing Round Up for the Week of 11/14/16

NY’s Empire State Development earns federal funds to grow NY exports

The U.S. Small Business Administration has awarded ESD a State Trade Expansion Program grant to support the growth of New York-based exports in markets around the world.
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Niagara Falls will host its first craft brewery operation in more than 75 years

For the second time this week, Community Beer Works is undergoing an expansion effort, but this one is in the heart of Niagara Falls, not in Buffalo.
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Capital Region manufacturer uses fungi to bio-fabricate furniture

Ecovative Design is a business staking its growth on mycelium, the thread-like “roots” of mushrooms. The mycelium grows around small pieces of stalks and stems to create a bound-together material that can be molded into soft packaging for glassware or pressed into the boards used for the footstools they recently began selling.
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RIT’s additive manufacturing center will acquire liquid metal 3d printer

AMPrint will be among the first research labs in the world to focus on development of next-generation multifunctional 3D printing technologies, materials and devices.
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SUNY Plattsburgh Tech Center will receive Start Up NY designation

Keith Tyo, campus coordinator for START-UP NY at SUNY Plattsburgh, said Empire State Development recently approved the amendment that will add the majority of enclosed space and adjacent vacant land at the former Pfizer Pharmaceutical facility to the campus plan.
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AngioDynamics receives $100 million loan to expand new market opportunities

AngioDynamics has secured a $100 million loan and a $150 million credit line as the medical device maker refinances debt, frees up cash and searches for opportunities to expand its market share.
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