NYS Manufacturing and Tech News 5.23.22

Page Views: 2
NYS Manufacturing & Tech News, pile of newspapers in background

Inside the push to turn UB into a startup stronghold

“Rick Gardner is helping UB pave the way for entrepreneurs with a program dubbed the Cultivator, a nursery for sprouting startups and channeling the university’s research and talent as a force for new growth across the Buffalo Niagara region.”

Read more

Following $23M raise, SparkCharge CEO forecasts growth in Buffalo

“SparkCharge was founded in Syracuse but came to Buffalo in 2019 after winning the $1 million grand prize in the 43North business competition. SparkCharge’s flagship product is a portable electric vehicle charger called the Roadie, with an app called Currently that allows vehicle owners to have that service delivered to their location.”

Read more

FWD Center at downtown MCC campus opens

“​Located at Monroe Community College’s downtown campus, the 50,000-square-foot FWD Center occupies the fifth and sixth floors at 321 State St. The new facility expects to train 2,500 people within the next three years.”

Read more

RIT researchers contribute integrated photonics technology to develop new point-of-care system for diagnosing coronavirus

“RIT’s team will develop the technology needed for a point-of-care diagnostics system built on integrated photonics. Capable of accurate detection of SARS-CoV-2 antibodies, the new system could reduce the need for expensive equipment and specialized expertise to better inform care decisions in underserved, resource-limited communities.”

Read more

UB-led team advances cyber-manufacturing systems with $2.3 million NSF grant

“The work, which is funded by a $2.3 million National Science Foundation grant, aims to help an array of industries – including semiconductor manufacturing and 3D printing – by improving quality, production and efficiency.”

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Your email address will not be published.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.