NYS Manufacturing and Tech News Week of 3/19/2018

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Troy Business Incubator Debuts New Tools for Entrepreneurs
“New tools are available to entrepreneurs in Troy. The Tech Valley Center of Gravity, a business incubator, opened two new facilities Wednesday. The center hosted a ribbon cutting ceremony for the new manufacturing incubator and prototyping center.”
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Build your workforce through AMP
“The Advanced Manufacturing Partnerships (AMP) is an innovative approach to meeting the workforce needs of employers in the region. The AMP program at Jamestown Community College offers participating high school students a fully funded education, paid work experience, and a SUNY JCC certificate.”
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Apprenticeships popular again as workers turn to trades
“Apprenticeships are alive and well and poised to expand from traditional fields into high-tech areas. Local unions run free apprenticeships in a wide range of trades, including electricians, sprinkler fitters, painters, elevator constructors, bricklayers and boilermakers.”
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Glenville distillery nears debut
“A local attorney’s plans to operate a farm-based craft distillery inside a former fire station on Route 5 are so close to reality you can almost sip them.”
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Fabric Recycler Scores Brooklyn Army Terminal Space
“The group is about to move into the space, which is part of the army terminal’s micro-manufacturing hub. Asking rents there range from $18 to $22 a square foot, an EDC spokeswoman told Commercial Observer.”
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Tech and aviation companies, from Maglev to space rocket developers, say they want to work at EPCAL during hearing
“The Triple Five Group had presented more details about their vision for the development of the Enterprise Park at Calverton: a high-tech, research-oriented, aviation technology center they say will bring thousands of well-paying jobs to the region and restore Long Island to the position of pre-eminence it once held in the aerospace industry.”
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Cornell to help jump-start seven NY businesses
“Seven New York state businesses have been awarded funding to participate in the Cornell Center for Materials Research JumpStart Program, through which they will collaborate with Cornell faculty members to develop and improve their products.”
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