Manufacturing Round Up for the week of 12/12/16

Page Views: 290

Senator Gillibrand leads legislation to boost manufacturing-engineering programs in education

“New legislation would help universities in New York and across the country strengthen their engineering and manufacturing programs.”
Read more

Buffalo manufacturing giants reinvest in local operations

“While the shiny new projects of the Buffalo Billion are generating all the buzz of a New Buffalo, some of the region’s Old Economy manufacturers are showing they have the resiliency to compete in the 21st Century.”
Read more

AIM Photonics selects Finger Lakes facility for testing, assembly and packaging

“New York State Photonics Board of Officers’ announced Wednesday that it has selected ON Semiconductor’s Eastman Business Park facility as the site for the American Institute for Manufacturing  Photonics’ Testing, Assembly and Packaging facility, the only such facility in the United States.”
Read more

Governor Cuomo announces life sciences initiative

“Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today announced a groundbreaking new $650 million initiative to spur the growth of a new, world-class life science research cluster in New York, as well as expand the state’s ability to commercialize this research and grow the economy.”
Read more

Erie County plastics manufacturer acquires California company

“Curbell Plastics has purchased another company in Southern California, closing the deal on a company near San Diego.”
Read more

Saelens retires from Stony Brook manufacturing extension partnership

“Saelens, who is also interim executive director of the Long Island High Technology Incubator and previously served as director of the New York State Small Business Development Center at SBU, was selected to manage the MTRC earlier this year, after the university won the regional Manufacturing Extension Partnership competition sponsored by NYSTAR, Empire State Development’s innovation division.”
Read more

Long-Island based manufacturer will open new facility in Cohoes, NY

“Nicolock, which makes and distributes paving stones and retaining walls, is opening a new distribution center in Cohoes, New York, to allow it to more easily do business in the Capital Region.”
Read more

New study focuses on NYSTAR-funded health record dictation application

“ZyDoc, a New York-based medical informatics company, is pleased to announce that “Natural Language Processing-Enabled and Conventional Data Capture Methods for Input to Electronic Health Records: A Comparative Usability Study” has been published in JMIR Medical Informatics.”
Read more


Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Exhibitor Inquiry

Attendee Request Form: 2023 Hardware Prototyping Workshop
Thanks for your interest in this resource, fill out the information below to download.

"*" indicates required fields

This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.