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News about tenant/clients of BIA/NYS member incubator programs.

Rochester paper covers two tenant/clients of NYSERDA Clean Energy Incubator at RIT Venture Creations; local media review rapid job growth at two others

The Rochester Democrat & Chronicle profiled two tenant/clients at the Venture Creations incubator at RIT and its NYSERDA-supported Clean Energy Incubator:

The paper also revisited Vnomics, a Venture Creations graduate that has received considerable attention for its fleet-management and diagnostics system. The story reviewed the RIT spinoff's expectation to add 100 new jobs in the next two years, and its contract with Navistar, a major industrial company.

In addition, the Rochester Business Journal covered the rapid growth of IMSWorkX, a developer of applications for IP-based telecommunications, which entered the incubator with four employees a little more than a year ago, has grown to eight, and now expects growth to 12.

For more information, see Venture Creations' four recent news releases.

KYNTEC graduates from UB Technology Incubator to 27,000 square feet of commercial space after 7 months of rapid growth

KYNTEC Corpopration, a maufacturer of high-tech shock absorbers and mounts, graduated from the UB Technology Incubator after only 7 months of rapid growth to 27,000 square feet of private-sector manufacturing space in nearby Cheektowaga. KYNTEC became the 88th company to graduate from the incubator, which is one of our founding supporting members and an anchor of the Western New York Innovation Hot Spot. For more information, see the university news release.

Stony Brook video features clean-energy incubation clients served at university's Advanced Energy Research and Technology Center

Stony Brook University has published a video interview (embedded after the break) featuring former KeySpan CEO Bob Catell reviewing with enthusiasm several clients of the NYSERDA-sponsored Clean Energy Business Incubation Program (CEBIP). The CEBIP roster includes companies which are physically housed in incubation space at Stony Brook's Advanced Energy Research and Technology Center, whose program Mr. Catell chairs.

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Crain's story on tissue-engineering startup Modern Meadow highlights role of SUNY Downstate incubation facilities as turning point for biosciences in NYC

SUNY Downstate's newly developed BioBAT and its expanding Advanced Biotechnology Incubator are both highlighted by Crain's New York Business as two of several elements comprising "a turning point for the city's effort to become a leader in biotechnology."

As part of a story on Modern Meadow — a tissue-engineering startup which will produce cultured leather and meats in vitro without having to kill animals — Crain's notes that the company wants space at BioBAT in order to be near NYC's fashion and restaurant communities.

The SUNY Downstate incubator and post-incubation facilities at BioBAT are long-time supporting members of BIA/NYS.