NYS Manufacturing and Tech News 12.12.22

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IBM, Japanese chip company to partner on 2nm chips in Albany

“IBM announced Monday that it has struck a major research and development deal with a new computer chipmaker called Rapidus that would significantly ramp up the sophistication of Japan’s chip industry — and Albany Nanotech will play a significant role in the partnership.”

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Wind Turbine Manufacturing Plant Coming to Staten Island

“The project, once operational, will help the state move toward its climate law mandate of drawing 70% of its electricity from renewable sources by 2030 and developing 9,000 megawatts of offshore wind energy by 2035, enough to power up to 6 million homes.”

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Accelerate Long Island scores $1.25M from ESD

“​Accelerate Long Island was awarded $1.25 million in funding, over five years, from Empire State Development. ESD awarded the funding through round XII of New York State’s Economic Development Council Initiative.”

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Grow NY shows cutting-edge ag tech

“This was the fourth year of the competition, which is open to agribusiness startups that are less than 7 years old. But it has quickly become a showcase for domestic and international companies eager to show off the latest in cutting-edge ag technologies and to get a foothold in one of the country’s largest ag regions.”

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U.S. Economic Development Administration Visit ESD and Buffalo Grantees to Kickoff Efforts under the Federal “Build Back Better Regional Challenge”

“Plan Will Grow WNY’s Advanced Manufacturing Ecosystem through Workforce, Innovation and Infrastructure Projects.”

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