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NYS Manufacturing and Tech News Week of 4/16/18

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High school program will offer path to free STEM associate degree
“Eighth-graders in the Albany, New York, area will have a new opportunity as they enter high school this fall: a tech career training program that can lead them to an associate degree at no cost.”
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Cummins enhances Chautauqua County’s manufacturing talent with UB TCIE training
“Cummins Jamestown Engine Plant adheres to a “grow from within” philosophy, offering its more than 1,500 employees a cadre of educational opportunities to evolve their skills and better support the plant’s production of diesel and natural gas-powered engines.”
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High Altitude Balloon 4 soars at Imagine RIT at 10 a.m. outside the university’s Gordon Field House
“As a combination research and special interest organization, SPEX provides students who have a fascination for space with opportunities to experiment with, and build, some of the sophisticated technologies being used in the aerospace industry today, said Evan Putnam.”
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Groundbreaking on freeze-dried food manufacturing plant in Henrietta
“The company creates meals under the Mountain House and Easy Meal for the Emergency Preparedness, Adventure Meal™, and Disaster Recovery brands. Products have a shelf life of anywhere from three to 30 years.”
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BelGioioso Cheese building $25M plant in Glenville, buying 40 acres
“Specialty cheese producer BelGioioso Cheese will build a 100,000-square-foot factory in the Glenville Business and Technology Park in Schenectady County, New York, Empire State Development announced today.”
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BlueRock Therapeutics Wins $1M from NY State for R&D Hub, Launches MSK Neuro Collaboration
“Cell-based therapy developer BlueRock Therapeutics said today it will receive $1 million from New York State for establishing a neuroscience R&D hub in New York City—a hub whose activity will include a new research collaboration with Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center (MSK), from which the company was spun out in 2016.”
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