NYS Manufacturing and Tech News 7.12.21

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Statewide manufacturing program generated nearly $1 billion impact 

“The New York Manufacturing Extension Partnership, a group of 11 nonprofit organizations across the state that aid small and medium manufacturers, said that it helped create or retain 6,637 jobs in 2020 during the pandemic.”

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Grants facilitate research and development locally 

“FuzeHub, a organization that supports manufacturing companies throughout NYS, has announced nearly 700,000 dollars in grants to facilitate research and development, industrial innovations and creative solutions for manufacturers. For this particular grant non-profit partners (universities..etc) receiving funding to help industry partners with their innovative endeavors.”

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ProAmpac celebrates grand opening of flexible packaging innovation center 

“ProAmpac cut the ribbon at its new global Collaboration & Innovation Center (CIC) in Rochester, alongside New York government officials and Rochester business leaders on July 14. The $8 million, 35,000-square-foot facility will help the company solve packaging challenges for its clients through three different labs.”

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Over 70,000 small businesses have applied for New York’s $800M grant program 

“Over 70,000 small businesses across New York state have applied for up to $50,000 in grants as part of New York’s $800 million small business recovery grant program.”

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Clarkson teams up with biotech company working to fight aging 

“A biotech company and Clarkson University have teamed up and they think it can be the beginning of something big for the north country. Ichor Therapeutics is doing groundbreaking work in the fight against aging.”

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Cree is gearing up hiring in Utica, Albany for production to start next year 

“Cree Inc., the North Carolina semiconductor manufacturer building a new $1 billion factory near Utica, has grown to around 150 employees between Albany and Utica as it looks to start production early next year.”

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