NYS Manufacturing Round Up Week of 1/15/18

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Four biotech start-ups awarded $40,000 prize
“The firms presented business plans last December during a competition as part of the BACC Academy, a partnership between Albany Medical College and Siena College and an extension of the Biomedical Accelerator and Commercialization Center at Albany Med.”
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Small Package, Big Impact at Clarkson University
“A young company in Potsdam, NY, founded by Clarkson University professor Suresh Dhaniyala, is tackling air pollution by developing a better way to measure specific pollutants.”
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CEDA: Workforce development in Cayuga County
“Students participating in P-Tech have the ability to graduate high school with an associate degree and several years of work-based experience.”
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Cuomo bolsters climate change and clean energy efforts
“The governor’s agenda contains several key initiatives that focus on reducing carbon emissions, increasing wind and solar power facility development and creating more clean energy jobs.”
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Cargill to help manufacturers reduce sodium levels at new site
“To meet increasing consumer demand for lower sodium food options, Cargill has opened its first food-grade potassium chloride operation at its Watkins Glen salt plant in New York. Cargill said the facility is part of the company’s commitment to a robust nutrition innovation pipeline, helping it bring new lower sodium options to the market faster.”
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Hard Manufacturing chooses RENEW It Now NY for Energy Efficiency project
“Buffalo-based HARD Manufacturing Co., the leading manufacturer of hospital cribs and youth beds in the United States will be one of the first demonstration sites for RENEW It Now NY. The facility-wide upgrades include new LED lighting and lighting controls.”
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Governor marks $6.6 million for Alfred State project
“Gov. Andrew Cuomo has included $6.6 million in his proposed budget for an initiative to attract more investment and prosperity for the state’s Southern Tier. Alfred State College (ASC) is leading the effort for this new Biorefinery Development and Commercialization Center (BDCC) for a sustainable solution to build a new forest economy.”
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