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ThermoLift and Sulfcrete, both clients of CEBIP clean-energy incubator at Stony Brook, announce awardsSubmitted by admin on March 26, 2014 - 11:28am
Two startup clients of the NYSERDA-sponsored CEBIP clean energy incubator at our supporting member Stony Brook University announced significant recognition for the technologies they are developing:
- ThermoLift, which is developing a novel heat pump for cooling and heating applications, won the 2014 Ultra Light Startups Future Energy Competition held in conjunction with the high-profile ARPA-E Energy Innovation Summit in Washington. For more information, see the attached release.
- Sulfcrete, which is developing technology to use waste sulfur from oil and gas refining into a cost-competitive high-performance concrete, won a $150,000 Phase I SBIR award from the National Science Foundation. Sulfcrete, a licensee of Brookhaven National Laboratory (BNL), plans to use the funding to contract with BNL and Stony Brook University for detailed engineering toward construction of a commercial-scale facility. Sulfcrete is also supported by the NYSERDA Entrepreneur in Residence Program managed by our member High Tech Rochester. For more information, see the attached release.
Those interested in more information on CEBIP should register for our annual meeting, where program director David Hamilton will present.
NYU Polytechnic School of Engineering & NYCEDC open Urban Future Lab in downtown Brooklyn, new home for NYC ACRE and other activitiesSubmitted by admin on March 16, 2014 - 7:56pm
The NYU Polytechnic School of Engineering (formerly NYU-Poly) and New York City Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC) officially opened the Urban Future Lab, a new space for business incubation and acceleration in downtown Brooklyn's MetroTech Center.
The Urban Future Lab will house the New York City Accelerator for a Clean and Resilient Economy (NYC ACRE), a NYSERDA-supported clean energy incubator run by our member NYU-Poly incubator programs, as well as aspects of the PowerBridge proof of concept center, a NYSERDA-sponsored commercialization project managed jointly by NYU-Poly, Columbia University and other regional institutions.Read more
Submitted by admin on March 16, 2014 - 7:32pm
National recognition has been gathering for Density, a device that helps retailers measure foot traffic. Density was developed by Rounded, an anchor tenant of our supporting member The Tech Garden, in Syracuse.
According to a news release by Syracuse University's iSchool (where co-founder Andrew Farah earned a master's degree), the product was recognized as Best Enterprise Hardware device at February's LAUNCH festival in San Francisco. The company also was the subject of a profile by NBC News. Rounded describes itself as a digital agency and software laboratory.
Rochester paper covers two tenant/clients of NYSERDA Clean Energy Incubator at RIT Venture Creations; local media review rapid job growth at two othersSubmitted by admin on February 21, 2014 - 10:39am
- In an article on African American entrepreneurs, the paper featured R-Display & Lighting, a company developing organic light emitting diodes (OLEDs). CEO Dr. Tommie Royster is a former Kodak chemist;
- In a separate story on Clear Cove Systems, the paper covered the test of its technology for generating energy from sewage treatment, currently under way at Ithaca's municipal wastewater plant.
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.