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NYS Manufacturing and Tech News 6.8.20

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UB spinoff OptiMed Technology awarded grant to advance medicinal toothpaste

“The School of Dental Medicine and university spinoff OptiMed Technology have been awarded a $50,000 manufacturing grant from the Jeff Lawrence Innovation Fund to accelerate development of their products to the marketplace.”

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For Brooklyn manufacturers, reopening is a complex process

“As factories, warehouses and other industrial facilities reopen across Brooklyn and the city as part of Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s “Phase One,” the process is not necessarily speedy or painless.”

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Alfred U professors awarded FuzeHub grant

“Two Alfred University professors have been awarded a $50,000 FuzeHub Manufacturing Grant to develop processes to convert glass powder waste into reflective glass beads and luminescent glass microbeads.”

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With love: Auburn family starts pasta sauce company

“In late 2018, the three siblings began what would become Picciano Family Foods. The company makes Red Love, a line of sauces inspired by their mother’s recipe. Since selling its first bottle last July at the Taste NY market at the New York State Equal Rights Heritage Center in Auburn, the company has steadily grown.”

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Nearly 100 jobs expected to be added at Corning Inc.

“Corning Incorporated is positioned to potentially double the amount of jobs at its manufacturing facility in Chemung County, while playing a critical role in the ongoing COVID-19 response.”

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