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NYS Manufacturing and Tech News Week of 4/30/2018

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This Albany tech company is powering FedEx vans with hydrogen
“Plug Power, the Latham, New York, fuel cell manufacturer, is outfitting FedEx trucks with hydrogen engines — one of the first signs that Plug is diversifying beyond its core market.”
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Binghamton University Students Win NYSID Engineering Competition
“The New York State Industries for the Disabled held its fifth annual CREATE Symposium at the Legislative Office Building in Albany Wednesday. Engineering college students showed off inventions created for people with disabilities.”
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Ontario County laser manufacturer TOPTICA Photonics to expand
“A photonics company is creating up to 10 new jobs and retaining 17 others as part of its expansion plans, Empire State Development announced this week.”
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Clean energy competition showcases students’ novel solutions
“The event — “Transforming Our Tomorrow: A New Clean Energy Vision” — took place in Baird Recital Hall and was one of the signature events for Sustainability Month.”
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Moog and University at Buffalo Developing Artificial Intelligence for Image Recognition in Metal 3D Printing
“The advanced manufacturing technology makes it possible to create metal parts with complex geometries at a faster rate, but it’s not foolproof, which is why we still often hear about ongoing research and development efforts centered around advancing and improving the technology.”
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Pine Pharmaceuticals moves into new, expanded facility
“Pine Pharmaceuticals LLC has opened its larger manufacturing plant in the Town of Tonawanda and is prepared to expand its operations and nearly double its employee count in the next few years.”
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Semiconductor conference opens with look at Tech Valley success story
“SEMI is the global industry association serving the manufacturing supply chain for the electronics industry. Its president and CEO, Ajit Manocha, introduced the speakers with an overview of the semiconductor industry’s growth amid rapidly expanding demand for computer chips.”
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