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Ultralife reports first-quarter net loss, double-digit increase in sales   (access required)

Ultralife Corp. reported a first-quarter net loss before markets opened on Thursday due, in part, to rapid input cost inflation and investments in engineering for new product development.   The company reported a net loss of $168 million, or a ...

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UR among recipients of FuzeHub funding for innovations in manufacturing (access required)

FuzeHub recently awarded 10 collaborative projects through its Jeff Lawrence Innovation Fund, including one co-led by the University of Rochester.   The Innovation Fund, consisting of more than $1 million annually, supports a set of activities designed to spur technology development ...

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GCC offers solar technician certificate program   (access required)

Genesee Community College has opened enrollment for its newest offering, the solar electric technician certificate, for the fall semester.   Requiring a total of 15 credit hours, the program is designed to be completed in as little as one semester. ...

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County seeks in-person public input on Plan Forward (access required)

The first in-person Plan Forward public workshop for shaping Monroe County’s comprehensive plan will take place from 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. on March 30 at the Roger Robach Community Center (180 Beach Ave. in Rochester). County leaders want public ...

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March worldwide water, climate events are close to home (access required)

March marks two worldwide awareness events for the environment: World Water Day and Earth Hour. In Rochester, New York, these events connect us to the global community and are also particularly close to home in light of recent developments with ...

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Morelle: Rochester well positioned as tech hub; expect more pain at pump (access required)

Rep. Joe Morelle said he will push the Rochester region as the home for a government-supported regional technology and innovation hub as Congress looks to invigorate private sector growth with $6.8 billion in America COMPETES Act funding. But as the ...

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RG&E, NYSEG have COVID-19 relief money available for businesses (access required)

Business customers of Rochester Gas & Electric (RG&E) and New York State Electric & Gas (NYSEG) may be eligible for funding through the COVID-19 Economic Relief Program from each company. Eligible larges businesses with costs related to the pandemic after ...

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RIT partners with EMA Design Automation and Cadence on new curriculum  (access required)

EMA Design Automation, Cadence Design Systems Inc. and Rochester Institute of Technology are collaborating to offer college-level printed circuit board design courses for students in RIT’s College of Engineering Technology.  Taught both online and in-person by PCB design industry experts, ...

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Clean energy firm investing $2.7 million in local facility, adding up to 51 new jobs  (access required)

Vancouver-based clean energy technology firm Ionomr Innovations will establish its U.S. fuel cell and green hydrogen electrolysis research and development center in Brighton.   The company will renovate space at the Metro Business Park to create a customer applications test ...

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REMADE Institute awards $33.2 million to 23 projects (access required)

The REMADE Institute announced $33.2 million in funding for new technology research Wednesday, selecting 23 new projects as part of the Institute’s latest round of funding.  REMADE CEO Nabil Nasr said the connection between industrial development and climate change is significant, as highlighted ...

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RIT alum sponsors scholarships, tech support for electrical grid research (access required)

A Rochester Institute of Technology alumnus is providing scholarships to two students — as well as the advanced tools to conduct research projects — in hopes of driving more interest in utility and electrical engineering.   Michael Oshetski, CEO and ...

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Li-Cycle recognized for its sustainability efforts (access required)

Li-Cycle — a Canadian battery recovery manufacturer which opened its first U.S. operations in Rochester — has received accolades for its technology breakthroughs in the sustainability sector.   The company was named a winner on Fast Company’s inaugural “Next Big Things in Tech” list for its efforts ...

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