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RIT’s Battery Prototyping Center expands with help from Build Back Better funding (access required)

The group of 13 partners — led by SUNY Binghamton — secured more than $63.7 million to establish upstate New York as a national hub for battery research and manufacturing. The state has committed another $50 million toward the project.

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