Schumer Announces FuzeHub Advances to Next Round to Compete for up to $160 Million from First Ever National Science Foundation “Innovation Engines” program – Created by his CHIPS & Science Bill – Bringing National Spotlight to Help Make Upstate NY a Leader in Manufacturing Sustainability

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U.S. Senate Majority Leader Charles E. Schumer revealed yesterday that the FuzeHub-led collaborative to boost environmental sustainability through innovation in manufacturing has advanced to the next round of consideration for up to $160 million in the National Science Foundation’s Regional Innovation Engines Competition (NSF Engines), which was created by his CHIPS & Science Bill. Schumer is pushing to secure this award for the FuzeHub-led team and has written to NSF Director Sethuraman Panchanathan to select the project for major federal funding to help solve the environmental challenges of manufacturers across Upstate New York, strengthening domestic supply chains and better ensuring the success of New York manufacturers. Schumer said with further federal investment, FuzeHub’s collaborative initiative can help lead the way to transform Upstate New York’s economy into a renowned materials innovation ecosystem – taking advantage of the region’s premier research universities, world-class workforce, unique resources, and industrial legacy – to lead the global shift to manufacturing sustainability and help make Upstate New York’s manufacturers more competitive and successful.

Read the entire announcement here.

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