NYU's NYSERDA-sponsored ACRE cleantech incubator announces network collaboration with Greentown Labs

NYC ACRE, the NYSERDA-sponsored cleantech incubator at NYU's Tandon School of Engineering, has announced a collaboration with Greentown Labs of Somerville, Mass.  Under the networking agreement, companies at either incubator will have access to events, professional connections, and even temporary desk space when visiting the other city on business. The programs will also exchange information on best practices. For more information, see NYU's news release

InnovateLI visits Codagenix, a vaccine developer taking on Zika virus

InnovateLI has published a profile of Codagenix, a vaccine developer cofounded by faculty members at SUNY Farmingdale State College and SUNY Stony Brook University, which is now taking on the Zika virus.

Codagenix began operations at Stony Brook's flagship Long Island High Technology Incubator (LIHTI) and has just relocated to our member Broad Hollow Bioscience Park. More details on the company and its anti-Zika effort in the story

Launch NY makes first seed investment in Buffalo incubator startup

Launch NY, a virtual incubator and "venture development organization" serving multiple counties in Western and Central New York, made its first seed investment of $50,000 in the form of a convertable loan to Rachel's Remedy, a portfolio company of the privately operated Z80 Labs incubator in Buffalo. Rachel's Remedy developed and sells "relief packs" for nursing mothers. 

For more information and background from Launch president Marnie LaVigne, please see coverage in Buffalo Business First. For more background on how Launch NY helped Rachel's Remedy, see also this video, embedded after the break.

Rev incubator wins 'economic development project of the year' from Downtown Ithaca Alliance

Our member Rev: Ithaca Startup Works, a collaboration of Cornell University, Ithaca College, and Tompkins Cortland Community College, won "Economic Development Project of the Year" from the Downtown Ithaca Alliance. Rev anchors a newly expanded building a block east of the Ithaca Commons.

Congratulations to Rev director Tom Schryver, executive director of Cornell's Center for Regional Economic Advancement and vice chair of the BIA/NYS board. For more information see the Cornell news release

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