NYS Manufacturing and Tech News Week of 2/19/2018

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Token picks up $1.75M in New York state funding
“Wearable technology start-up Token is receiving a $1.75 million investment from Empire State Development through its New York State Innovation Venture Capital Fund.”
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Rome Leaders Continue Working on Plans for $10 Million from NYS
“The mayor said the planning committee voted Tuesday to expand the downtown footprint for a light industrial manufacturing facility’s expansion. That will help retain 40 jobs and create 15 more.”
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Imperium3 New York Picks Up Alevo’s US Factory Assets for Battery Gigafactory
“The consortium now plans to move forward with plans for a 1 gigawatt-hour-a-year lithium-ion battery production factory that will be located on Huron Campus, in the Greater Binghamton area of New York state.”
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Senators Encourage SUNY to Support State Based Manufacturers
“Senators Joseph Griffo and Kenneth LaValle have sent a letter to the presidents and chief business officers of State University of New York schools, urging them to place products made in New York on SUNY campuses.”
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The rise of Athenex: From sharing a UB lab to going public as a global corporation
“But back in the early 2000s, the company was just an idea, born from a series of discoveries made in the lab of UB medicinal chemist David Hangauer.”
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New high-tech hub for entrepreneurship debuts in Sibley Square
“NextCorps, formerly High Tech Rochester, has announced the official opening of a new state-of-the-art facility dedicated to fostering the creation and growth of high tech companies.”
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