NYS Manufacturing and Tech News for the Week of 2.18.19

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Novel Battery Undergoing Tests at AERTC
“Stony Brook University energy researchers will be testing a prototype storage battery called a vanadium flow battery that is designed to be more energy efficient than existing flow batteries used in industry and have added commercial value and residential applications.”
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Deadline nears for manufacturing grant application
“Applications for a regional manufacturing grant will close Feb. 28. FuzeHub, a non-profit that helps develop small manufacturers, is accepting applications for its Jeff Lawrence Innovation fund grant, which can help applicants do things like develop a prototype, adopt new technology, or scale their product for manufacturing.”
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Plug Power starts production of next generation fuel cell technology
“Plug Power is starting production of its next generation fuel cells that Plug says will last longer with built-in technology to monitor more closely.”
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Hickey Freeman expanding, adding new jobs in Rochester
“Hickey Freeman has announced its commitment to staying in the Rochester area and plans to add new jobs in doing so. The clothing manufacturer is expected to create up to 80 new jobs over the next three years.”
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Ryan A. Silva: A fair assessment of New York’s economic development ecosystem
“It’s no secret that the term “economic development” has been painted with a negative brush recently.”
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Rhinebeck, NY new home of Idealab business incubator
“The new startup studio will incubate startups in the food, education, media, and manufacturing sectors. It will collaborate with a number of public-private partnerships and large industry partners to sponsor and co-create startups.”
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1 thought on “NYS Manufacturing and Tech News for the Week of 2.18.19”

  1. The manufacturing industry is constantly changing, which means that it is important to stay in touch with what’s going on. Manufacturers can really fall behind if they aren’t knowledgeable about what’s new!

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