Manufacturing Round Up for the Week of 9/25/2015

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Life Science Vets Open Center for Nanomedicine Research In Buffalo

“Just months after an official launch this summer at the national Bio conference in Philadelphia, the New York Center for Nanomedicine Research Inc. has grown to nearly a dozen staffers in Buffalo and expects to end its first six months of operation with more than $1 million in revenue.”
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Photonics Institute Sites Selected; Legacy Tower Chosen For HQ

“The Integrated Photonics Institute for Manufacturing Innovation will have three sites, all in Rochester, Gov. Andrew Cuomo said Thursday morning.”
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What The Data Really Say About Albany’s Economy

“Read a few stories about the Albany economy, and you might be left scratching your head about what the takeaway ought to be. Population growth is stagnant, but the region stands out in attracting high-skill, high-wage workers. Our private-sector job growth is slow, yet our unemployment rate and job counts sparkle.”

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Gordon Food Service To Expand In Buffalo

“After scouting several sites across New York, Gordon has opted to open a 40,000-square-store in a Buffalo at a plaza located at 2001 Elmwood Avenue. A proposal for the store will be reviewed when the Buffalo Planning Board meets on Oct. 6.”
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Maker Faire’s Co-Founder Sees “A Different Kind Of Economy” In The Maker Movement

“Part county fair, part Burning Man, part startup conference, Maker Faire New York kicked off on Saturday, in Queens at the two-time former site of the World’s Fair in Corona Park. Over 900 makers, people who build their own products by hand, are expected to attract a record 100,000 people from all over the world to engage in what amounts to a social experiment, of sorts, part miniature city, part new economy.”
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