Several of our member incubators feature prominently in “How SUNY Matters,” a comprehensive economic-impact report commissioned by the State University of New York.
Authored by the Rockefeller Institute of Government of the University at Albany and the Regional Institute of the University at Buffalo (UB), the impact report specifically highlights the role of our member incubators at SUNY campuses in helping start-ups of all kinds (both university spin-offs and independent entrepreneurial ventures) get off to a fast and successful start.
Our members highlighted in the impact report are:
- The Advanced Biotechnology Incubator and BioBAT project of SUNY Downstate;
- The UB Technology Incubator, an associated NYSERDA-sponsored Directed Energy clean-energy incubator, and planned facilities at UB’s downtown biomedical campus;
- The Long Island High Technology Incubator, the Calverton Business Incubator, and an associated NYSERDA-sponsored clean-energy incubator at Stony Brook University;
- The Start-Up Suite pre-incubator at Binghamton University;
- The SUNY Fredonia Technology Incubator in Dunkirk; and
- The Central New York Biotechnology Research Center in Syracuse, an incubator collaboration of SUNY Upstate, SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry, and local private institutions.
Most of these incubators represent collaborations between SUNY and the Research Foundation for SUNY, a sponsor of our recent annual meeting. For more information, see the news release on the report or the full report.