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NYS Manufacturing and Tech News Week of 2/26/2018

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New York Firm Raises $48 Million To Develop New Cancer Immunotherapies
“A Manhattan biotech firm says it has raised $48 million from venture capitalists to develop drugs that unleash the immune system against cancer.”
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Northland Corridor to include movie stagehand training, coding school
“Welders, sheet metal workers, machinists and other skilled mechanical trades won’t be the only people getting sophisticated training at the city’s Northland Corridor. They’ll be joined by theatrical and movie stagehands.”
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Medical marijuana plants blooming into new CNY industry
“Inside the old New Venture Gear building in DeWitt, things are starting to come to life once again. Medical marijuana plants are beginning to sprout and grow into a new industry for Central New York.”
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IEC Electronics expands Newark operations – creates 362 jobs
“Located at the Silver Hill Technology Park, the company’s new business expansion is expected to create 362 new jobs, while retaining 463 positions in New York State, a press release reads.”
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Active prospects show interest in Caterpillar building
“A gun company supplier in New York state and an aerospace company in Connecticut are among prospects looking at the former Caterpillar building in Thomasville as possible sites for a facility.”
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To Build a Battery Industry, New York Needs Help from Washington
“New York wants to be a global leader in batteries. It pumps tens of millions of dollars annually into energy storage research, development, and demonstration projects, and it looks like this effort is starting to pay off.”
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