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WATT Fuel Cell, client of NYSERDA-supported CEBIP incubator at Stony Brook, reports $2.1m Army contract to demonstrate new manufacturing system for SOFC components

WATT Fuel Cell, a client of the NYSERDA-supported Clean Energy Business Incubator Program at our member Stony Brook University, reported a $2.1 million, 20-month contract from the U.S. Army to demonstrate viability of the company's automated manufacturing process for tubular-cell components of solid-oxide fuel-cell (SOFC) systems. The contract comes from the Army's Communications-Electronics R&D Engineering Center (CERDEC). For more, see the company's news release. The firm is based in Port Washington, Long Island.

News from the NYU Poly School of Engineering incubators: new tenants at Varick; fund-raise by Enertiv at ACRE/Urban Future Lab

September newsletters from the three incubators at our member NYU Poly School of Engineering reported:

Follow these links to view more items from the current newsletters of the Varick/Dumbo incubators or the ACRE/Urban Future Lab

Two student teams with engineered biomedical products win pitch event for NYC high school students at Harlem Biospace

Vitalight and Euphoria, student businesses built around engineered biomedical products, were winners of the pitch event that concluded the intensive, six-week Hk Maker Lab program for NYC high school students held at Columbia University in partnership with our member Harlem Biospace.

The two teams will advance to incubation under mentorship at Harlem Biospace, according to the newsletter of Harlem Biospace's K-12 STEM Hypothekids program. For more information see the news release issued by incubator sponsor NYCEDC and coverage in DNAInfo

Incubator program at NYU Poly School of Engineering announces graduates for 2014 and tenant milestones

Our member the incubator program at NYU Polytechnic School of Engineering has announced three graduations and one significant fund-raise.

The graduates are CourseHorse (which came to the incubator through the annual venture competitions at NYU's Stern School of Business), Vettery and Two Lines and a Dot. All will move to privately owned commercial space. The fund-raise was for StyleSage. For more detail, see the incubator's monthly newsletter. To subscribe to the newsletter or view its archives, go here.

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