The New York State Innovation Summit will return this fall, featuring FuzeHub’s annual Commercialization Competition. The annual showcase and celebration of technology will take place Nov. 8 and 9 at the Turning Stone Resort in Verona, Oneida County. The summit ...Read More »
FuzeHub, a nonprofit organization that provides small to medium-sized manufacturers with guided access to a network of industry experts, programs and resources to solve business growth challenges, has awarded 14 collaborative projects through the Jeff Lawrence Innovation Fund, including three ...Read More »
Four centers within the New York Manufacturing Extension Partnership (MEP) network have launched competitive grant programs that will help manufacturers solve challenges created by COVID-19. Rochester area MEP NextCorps is working closely with the Manufacturing & Technology Enterprise Center (MTEC) ...Read More »
Two Rochester-area companies have been named finalists in the 2020 Commercialization Competition, sponsored by FuzeHub, a not-for-profit organization responsible for assisting small to medium-sized manufacturing companies in New York state. Locally, WexEnergy LLC and Paradigm of NY LLC were chosen ...Read More »
Empire State Development’s Division of Science, Technology & Innovation (NYSTAR) will team with Fuzehub, the statewide center for the New York Manufacturing Extension Partnership (MEP) next week to host the New York State Innovation Asset Showcase. The Sept. 29 and 30 ...Read More »
FuzeHub, a nonprofit organization that provides manufacturers with programs and resources, has awarded eight collaborative projects through the Jeff Lawrence Innovation Fund, including two in the Rochester area. The innovation fund, consisting of $1 million annually, supports a set of ...Read More »
FuzeHub, the statewide New York Manufacturing Extension Partnership center, has launched a competitive grant program that will award a total of $400,000 in COVID-19 manufacturing grants. “In this program, we have a total of $400,000; $100,000 each for two companies ...Read More »
Three local companies have been named winners of the FuzeHub Commercialization Competition. Each company will receive $50,000 for commercialization efforts. Rochester’s Circle Optics Inc., Combine Energies LLC and Molecular Glasses Inc. joined startups in Ithaca, New York City and Woodbury ...Read More »
Several local colleges and universities will receive tens of thousands of dollars in state grants to support their innovation and collaboration with small- and medium-size manufacturers. A total of $417,165 is being awarded from the Jeff Lawrence Innovation Fund, FuzeHub ...
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A Rochester startup has been named a winner in the second annual FuzeHub Commercialization Competition 2018. MicroEra Power, a system integrator designing CHPplus—an onsite power system with high-efficiency hardware, thermal storage and smart software to provide businesses and utilities with ...Read More »
Three Rochester manufacturing projects have been awarded a total of more than $120,000 from FuzeHub’s Innovation Fund. Rochester Institute of Technology’s Center of Excellence in Advanced and Sustainable Manufacturing (COE-ASM) and Enetics Inc. have been awarded $21,685. RIT and Enetics ...
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Two area manufacturers have been named finalists in the FuzeHub 2017 Commercialization Competition. Zero Valent NanoMetals Inc. in Rochester and VerdimiNe LLC in Geneseo will compete against 15 other companies at the two-day Jeff Lawrence manufacturing Innovation Fund in Albany ...Read More »
FuzeHub, a not-for-profit organization that helps small to medium-sized manufacturing companies in New York State by matching them with technical and business resources, has awarded grants to the University of Rochester and the University at Buffalo. The University at Buffalo ...Read More »