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NYS Manufacturing and Tech News 5.24.21

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Queens Tech Night returns to Long Island City in June

“Queens Tech Night, a free networking and community-building event for the tech sector in western Queens, returns next month at Culture Lab in Long Island City.”

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P-TECH students face off in Engineering Wars

“The Pathways in Technology Early College High School (P-TECH) program at the Oneida-Herkimer-Madison (OHM) BOCES has charted new territory once again as its students participated in the first annual Engineering Wars competition, hosted by Syracuse-based C&S Companies.”

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REMADE Increases Latest Round of Funding to $50M+, With First RFP Deadline A Week Away

“An important first deadline for the REMADE Institute’s fifth Request for Proposals — now representing more than $50 million investment in the research, development and demonstration of technologies to sustain the nation’s manufacturing sector and accelerate the U.S.’s transition to a Circular Economy — is one week away.”

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University of Buffalo researchers get funding to improve recycling of plastic film

“Plastic wraps and films such as Saran Wrap and Cling Wrap are one of the biggest streams of plastic waste, and – problematically – can’t always be recycled in curbside recycling bins. So, it’s good news that scientists at the University at Buffalo in New York have received a two-year, $555,000 grant to deconstruct flexible plastic materials and find secondary uses for them.”

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City Council Approves Proposals to Expand ACME Smoked Fish Factory in Greenpoint, Brooklyn

“ACME’s facilities currently occupy a wedge-shaped block at 30 Gem Street and were originally established in 1905. Led by Rubenstein Partners, the expansion will create over 600,000 square feet of new area for the company to bolster production and distribution of smoked and pickled fish products and expand its existing workforce.”

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