NYS Manufacturing and Tech News Week of 3.4.19

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Business incubator in Rochester spawning innovation

“On the sixth floor of the Sibley Building in downtown Rochester, is a place where entrepreneurs and those with ideas can come and start a company.”

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Onondaga County lawmakers unanimously ask state to approve STEAM school

“During his state of the county address, Onondaga County Executive Ryan McMahon said manufacturing and tech companies in the area are struggling to hire qualified candidates in the STEAM space.”

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RPI to host three-day New York Tech Valley FIRST Robotics Competition

“Hundreds of high school students will pack Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute later this week as they compete for a slot in the FIRST World Championship and more than $80 million in scholarship funding.”

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Empire State Development announces Amada Tool America expansion in Batavia

“Empire State Development (ESD) today announced that high-tech tool manufacturer and fabricator Amada Tool America is expanding operations in Batavia, Genesee County, and plans to create 17 new jobs.”

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Rochester Institute of Technology Partners with Autodesk

“Rochester Institute of Technology and Autodesk, the international software company whose name is synonymous with CAD software, have signed a partnership agreement that will expand RIT’s multidisciplinary educational initiatives with Autodesk across the university.”

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