NYS Manufacturing and Tech News Week of 9.10.2018

A chance to power LI’s future

“Tucked among Stony Brook’s bustling incubators and research labs is the Advanced Energy Research and Technology Center, a 49,000-square-foot facility filled to capacity with researchers and a half dozen companies that are the seeds of an industry that could be key to the region’s future.”

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Clarkson, Alfred to use 50K FuzeHub Grants for Work with Manufacturers

“FuzeHub, an Albany–based nonprofit, has awarded Clarkson University and Alfred University separate $50,000 grants for their work with manufacturing firms.”

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College Scholarships Available for New York Dairy Promoters

“Former New York dairy promoters in the American Dairy Association and Dairy Council districts are eligible to apply for two $500 college scholarships – the American Dairy Association and Dairy Council (ADADC) Memorial Scholarship and the Leo Briggs Memorial Scholarship. Applications for both are due November 16.”

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Cornell Food Venture Center feeds Somali immigrant’s dream

“Bisharo Ali has a dream – to get her Najah brand natural sauces and juice drinks on the shelves of every grocery store in the U.S. What began as family recipes from her native Somalia are now commercial products, thanks in part to help from the Cornell Food Venture Center (CVFC).”

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