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NYS Manufacturing and Tech News 6.14.21

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Manufacturing grant helps businesswoman introduce reusable hospital gowns

“Known as the IsoGuardian, the gowns are the latest venture from longtime business owner Sandy Beck. Unlike the disposable gowns in most medical facilities and nursing homes, her product is designed to be washed and reused.”

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Remade in Rochester extends deadline for ducation and workforce development proposals

“The REMADE Institute is pleased to announce a new, extended deadline for Education and Workforce Development (EWD) projects as part of the organization’s fifth Request for Proposals. Letters of Intent and Project Abstracts for EWD projects are now due by 5 p.m. ET on Thursday, July 1, two weeks from today. The original due date was June 3.”

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Rochester food tech startup creates french fries that never have to be frozen

“At the University of Rochester, a local food tech startup is helping them take a different approach to the restaurant staple. Max Richman of Farther Farms in Rochester is bringing french fries to the university that never have to be frozen.”

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Commack’s Unitron Microscopes a Vital Tool for Workers Across Industries

“Whether it’s for researchers, jewelers, educators, electronics makers, inspectors, stamp and coin collectors, dentists, or doctors, Unitron, a Commack-based manufacturing company, makes microscopes and other precision products that help professionals nationwide see better.”

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SUNY Partners with NYS Department of Labor to Launch Campaign to Attract More Employers to Apprenticeship Programs at SUNY and Accelerate New York State Reopening

“Campaign Includes Advertising and In-Person Outreach to Both Companies and Their Respective Associations Looking for Skilled Workers in Advanced Manufacturing, Healthcare, and IT; and Provides Information and Support to Potential Employees Through SUNY’s EOCs.”

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