Manufacturing Round Up for the Week of 03/06/17

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NY-based Chobani continues to dominate

“Chobani, which popularized Greek yogurt in America, overtook General Mills’s Yoplait last year to become the country’s biggest yogurt brand.”
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FuzeHub announces Manufacturing Innovation Grant awards

“The second round of grant awardees are projected to incrementally add 46 new jobs to both existing and startup companies across New York State in the next two years.”
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NY manufacturer fabricates neutron testing instrument for National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST)

“Over the past few weeks workers have been disassembling a large, custom made instrument to prepare it for shipping from its Lansing, NY birthplace to its permanent home at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) facility near Washington, DC.”
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Norsk Titanium sends product to Aerobus

“Metal additive manufacturing company Norsk Titanium is shipping its first 3D printed part to aerospace company Airbus. The part has been manufactured at Norsk Titanium’s Plattsburgh, New York facility.”
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Women in manufacturing featured in NYC exhibit

“The city’s transportation department unveiled an exhibit featuring modern-day ’Rosie the Riveters‘ on Wednesday, to celebrate International Women’s Day and highlight women in the industry.”
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SUNY Broome and Cornell offer new food operations management program

“A new partnership between SUNY Broome Community College and Cornell University aims to improve the food industry while giving students a chance to transfer to an Ivy League school.”
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Steve Wozniak to speak at UBM Advanced Design and Manufacturing event in NYC

“UBM Advanced Design and Manufacturing is thrilled to announce that Co-Founder of Apple Inc. and Chief Scientist at Primary Data, Steve “Woz” Wozniak, will take the stage on June 13th at 12 pm local time for its keynote event: A Conversation with Steve Wozniak at its New York trade show and conference.”
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New York State earmarks funding for AIM Photonics assembly and administration

“The New York State Photonics Board of Officers, which oversees state spending towards the American Institute for Manufacturing Integrated Photonics (AIM Photonics) program, has approved an $81 million tranche of spending largely earmarked for capital equipment.”
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