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Albany Medical College's Biomedical Accelerator and Commercialization Center holds ceremony, plans June openingSubmitted by admin on March 25, 2015 - 7:35pm
The Biomedical Accelerator and Commercialization Center (BACC) at Albany Medical College held an opening ceremony and plans to open the physical space for up to 10 companies by June. The site is also recognized under the state's tax-free START-UP NY zone program. For more information, please see the attached news release from AMC and coverage in the Albany Business Review.
Submitted by admin on March 24, 2015 - 5:33pm
The latest two batches of companies approved for the state's tax-free START-UP NY program once again include several firms either collocating with or graduating from our member incubators:
- Locating at the BNMC Thomas Beecher Jr. Innovation Center: Adiabatic Solutions, LLC (a winner of the state-sponsored 43North Buffalo business plan competition); DaStrong Corp.;
- Graduating from RIT Venture Creations incubator and moving into a START-UP zone in downtown Rochester: ClearCove Systems; and Darkwind Media Ltd.
- Locating at Venture Creations: Optel, Inc.
- Locating at Broad Hollow Bioscience Park: Mitogenetics, LLC, and Codagenix, Inc.
- Locating at Stony Brook University's flagship LIHTI incubator: C&M Robotics Co. Ltd.; QB Sonic, Inc.; AJES Life Sciences, LLC; Theragnostic Technologies, Inc.; SyncroPET Inc.
- Locating at Stony Brook's CEWIT incubator: BriteHome, LLC; STS Global Inc.;
Submitted by admin on March 24, 2015 - 5:09pm
Newsweek's "tech and science" section recently visited the Apparel Lab at our member the Brooklyn Fashion + Design Accelerator. The story discusses the role of robotic knitting machines in innovation, quoting BF+DA director Debera Johnson of the Pratt Institute. The machines are analogous to 3D printers, the story notes.
Submitted by admin on March 23, 2015 - 9:45am
Keen Home, an NYU student-initiated startup selling "smart vents" for home heating and cooling systems — and which got early assists from two of our member incubators before entering the R/GA Accelerator — attained one of the largest valuations in the history of ABC's Shark Tank show, according to coverage in Inc. magazine. Ties to our member incubators are indicated in recent newsletters from NYC ACRE and the Zahn Innovation Center.
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