NYS Manufacturing and Tech News 7.15.19

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NYSERDA Announces 19 Semifinalists in This Year’s 76West Competition
“NYSERDA said it chose the 19 semifinalists from a pool of 169 applicants based in 14 countries and 21 states. They represent a “diverse spectrum” of clean-energy technologies such as energy storage, energy efficiency, transportation and renewable energy, per its news release.”
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Brooklyn Navy Yard Looks For New Food Manufacturing Tenant
“The Yard announced Tuesday that 20,000 square feet of space is available in Building 50, a building toward the Flushing Avenue border of the Yard near Ordnance Avenue. The hope is to turn the building into a food manufacturing hub that can bring in a significant number of food production jobs, the Yard said.”
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Manufacturing Company Opens New Location in Syracuse
“Morse Manufacturing makes equipment that handles metal drum barrels, with 80 percent of what they spend going back to the community. The company says this is a place with people they know and love.”
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Brooklyn Crafted Wants to Bottle Your Brews
“Brooklyn Crafted, the company that has been brewing their teas, ginger beers, and other drinks in Bushwick since 2017, finished their bottling line in December and are now ready to bottle brews for other makers as well.”
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UB Center Helps Bring Local Dental Products to Market
“Stocked on the shelves of Western New York pharmacies is a bottle of dry mouth spray Lubricity, a product developed and manufactured locally by You First Services, Inc. with the support of the University at Buffalo Center for Dental Studies.”
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