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NYS Manufacturing and Tech News 8.24.20

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SUNY dedicates $100,000 to program to advance production of PPE

“SUNY is starting an initiative to do their part during this pandemic. Two days after being appointed by The State University of New York Board of Trustees, SUNY Chancellor Jim Malatras toured SUNY New Paltz on Sunday, and announced the SUNY Prepare Innovation and Internship Program, designed to accelerate the production of PPE materials that are in great need during the coronavirus pandemic.”

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Advanced manufacturer expanding into former toolmaker building

“Photon Automation, Inc. is expanding into the former Stanley Black & Decker building, where it has plans to launch a battery-manufacturing line for an electric vehicle company.”

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SRCTec of Cicero wins $90 million Air Force contract for drone defenses

“The U.S. Air Force has awarded SRCTec of Cicero a contract worth up to $90 million over eight years to supply and maintain mobile systems that defend against small drones.”

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AIM Photonics’ New CEO Sets Course for US Leadership in the Integrated Photonics Industry

“Cumbo was recruited by AIM in early 2020 to help it transition from a primarily state- and federally funded organization to an independent, commercially and economically viable business.”

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Startup class of 2020 continues to innovate

“Ten optics, photonics and imaging startups are to compete for up to $2m in funding in the culmination of Luminate’s business accelerator program. The competition will take place on 14 September during The Optical Society’s (OSA) Frontiers in Optics and Laser Science virtual conference, which is free to attend.”

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