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NYS Manufacturing Round Up 12/8/2017

$15M Grant Helps Upstate New York Manufacturing Businesses
“Lt. Governor Hochul, Cornell University’s President Martha Pollack, and CLASSE Director Ritchie Patterson announced a $15 million state-sponsored grant to upgrade the Cornell High Energy Synchrotron Source, or CHESS. This funding is all about creating jobs in Upstate New York.”
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Building Products Manufacturer Trespa Moves to Empire State Building
“To further enhance its relationships with the architecture community, Trespa North America is relocating its New York City headquarters from the SOHO neighborhood to the Empire State Building, to be near the major design firms located in Midtown Manhattan.”
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Startup Develops Potentially Groundbreaking Rosacea Medication
“Frustrated with a lack of treatment options, Drs. Wladis and Adam created their own company to research solutions. It’s called Praxis Biotechnology, and it is based at Albany Medical College.”
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NY will give $2.5M to 6 innovative green tech companies
“The state is now accepting applications from clean energy companies for a $2.5 million competition designed to jump-start fledgling enterprises that will help develop next-generation technology to ‘build a cleaner, more resilient and affordable energy systems for all New Yorkers
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GeniusNY Announces 16 Semi-Finalists for $3 Million in Funding Prizes
“Syracuse’s leading business accelerator program based out of CenterState CEO’s Tech Garden, has announced the sixteen teams named as semi-finalists in the competition’s second round. The teams will compete for $3 million in investment funding, including a $1 million grand prize investment.”
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TCS & Cornell Tech Inaugurate the Tata Innovation Center, Partnership on Campus to Promote Joint Academic and Industry Research
“In recognition of the gift, Cornell Tech has inaugurated the Tata Innovation Center on Roosevelt Island. The center, formerly known as The Bridge, brings academia and industry together under one roof to share ideas and research on next-generation digital technologies and how to commercialize new areas of collaboration.”
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Empire State Development Calls for Project Proposals for the Greater Binghamton Fund
“The initiative will facilitate key economic-development projects in Binghamton, Johnson City, and Endicott ‘in an effort to transform’ targeted urban centers, or ‘iDistricts,’ into communities ‘where the next generation of workers want to live, work, and play,’ ESD said.”
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