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NYS Manufacturing and Tech News 7.22.19

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Cornell announces $54M from NSF for new CHESS subfacility

“The newly funded NSF portion of the facility will be known as the Center for High-Energy X-ray Sciences at CHESS, and will include four beamlines and staff to support high-energy X-ray science user operations, X-ray technology research and development, and CHEXS leadership. In addition to research, CHEXS will support education and training, particularly of researchers in biological sciences, engineering and materials research.”

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MakerBot opens first Innovation Center in New York City

“The Center is the first to be situated within a higher education institution in New York City and the second in the state overall after The State University of New York at New Paltz. The university joins a number of institutions across the globe that have partnered with the Brooklyn-based company to provide students with real-world design and make experience through wider access to 3D printing.”

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New Rep for Z-AXIS Electronics Design and Contract Manufacturing

“WEST-TECH will introduce Z-AXIS’ electronic product design and contract manufacturing services to an extensive network of customers in Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Vermont, West Virginia, Ontario and Quebec.”

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GlobalFoundries marks 10th anniversary in Saratoga County

“GlobalFoundries on Wednesday marked the 10th anniversary of the start of construction of Fab 8, its $15 billion computer chip factory where more than 3,000 people now work.”

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UB TCIE provides agile assistance to Chautauqua County chair manufacturer

“TCIE’s flexible services guide Fancher Chair Co. toward smoother operations.”

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Tonawanda-built next-gen 6.2L small block V-8 to power all-new 2020 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray

“General Motors Co. on Tuesday confirmed its Tonawanda engine plant will build the company’s next-generation 6.2L small-block V-8 engine that will power the all-new 2020 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray.”

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