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Manufacturing Round Up for the Week of 10/16/2015

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CASE Center Selected For Center Of Advanced Technology Award

“The Center for Advanced Systems and Engineering (CASE) has been notified that it has been re-designated as a New York State Center for Advanced Technology. The award, $921,000 a year renewable for up to 10 years, was announced by Empire State Development (ESD), New York State’s economic development agency.”
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Binghamton University Integrated Electronics Engineering Center To Receive $10 Million In NYSTAR Funding

“Binghamton University’s Integrated Electronics Engineering Center’s (IEEC) designation as a New York State Center for Advanced Technology (CAT) was extended for an additional 10-year term by Empire State Development’s Division of Science, Technology and Innovation (ESD/NYSTAR).”
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WNY Startup Shows Off Brick-Laying Robot In Buffalo

“Uniland and Brawdy Construction held a demonstration out in Amherst today to showcase Construction Robotics’ Semi-Automated Masonry (SAM) system to a mixed crowd of journalists and builders. Brawdy is considering purchasing one of these units for a cool $500K, which would make it the first company in New York to utilize one of these machines in a production setting.”
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Making Bags, Mending Women’s Lives At New Business

“A different kind of enterprise has found a place in Orange County’s Business Accelerator. Unshattered is a not-for-profit organization aiming to give women a renewed chance at life as they overcome issues including drug addiction and alcoholism.”
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Orange County Business Accelerator Changes Mission, Name

“The Orange County Accelerator, which is overseen by the county’s Industrial Development Agency, was created to serve as a business incubator for start-up businesses. The IDA and the accelerator’s new management team, wanted to focus on specific categories of business, said Associate Executive Director Laurie Villasuso.”
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Duffy Named Chairman Of Leadership Council For Photonics Institute

“As chairman, Duffy’s responsibilities include direct engagement with industry and government stakeholders, strategic planning and management, and guiding photonics-enabled innovation and job creation in Rochester and across Upstate New York.”
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Hudson Valley Community College Poised To Expand Manufacturing Center

“To meet the growing demand, Hudson Valley plans to double the enrollment of the program to 288 by constructing a $12 million, two-story, 40,000-square-foot building that manufacturers say will churn out more skilled workers and serve as a model for the country.”
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AIM Photonics Chief To Discuss Goals, Opportunities In The Field

“Michael Liehr, the consortium’s CEO, will present ‘What merging photonics and nano-electronics will do’ at an IEEE Rochester Photonics Society Speaker Series. It will be held at 6:30 p.m. Oct. 27 in RIT’s College of Science Gosnell Auditorium.”
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