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NYS Manufacturing and Tech News 11.30.20

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Buffalo Manufacturing Works continues its innovation at new Northland home
“Buffalo Manufacturing Works recently relocated to the Northland complex from the Buffalo Niagara Medical Campus, which was always meant as a temporary home. Its new neighbors include the Northland Workforce Training Center, Insyte Consulting and the Buffalo Niagara Manufacturing Alliance, fulfilling a vision of bringing together manufacturing-minded organizations.”
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NY Creates announces $19M federally-funded AIM Photonics program
“The American Institute for Manufacturing Integrated Photonics (AIM Photonics), a program of NY Creates, has announced $19 million in research program awards for advanced integrated photonics under the US Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency’s (DARPA) Lasers for Universal Microscale Optical Systems (LUMOS) program.”
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Genesee Brewery adds 50 new union, management jobs in Rochester
“Genesee Brewery officials announced plans Wednesday to add more than 50 new union and management positions in Rochester. Some of the positions have already been filled, but applications for the rest of the jobs are available online now for skilled and unskilled labor, including a variety of office and manufacturing positions.”
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GAR Electroforming adds 7,500 square feet to Danbury facility
“AlphaCoin, a group of manufacturing companies that provide components for the aerospace, defense and medical markets, announced that GAR Electroforming has added 7,500 square feet of manufacturing space to its Danbury facility at 3 Commerce Drive.”
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University-industry partnership drives UB health care innovation
“… a team of UB researchers and Buffalo-based startup Garwood Medical Devices, who, in partnership, have been awarded $749,000 to evaluate a medical device that utilizes UB-licensed technology and bring it one step closer to clinical use in amputee patients.”
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