START-UP NY News
PLS 3rd Learning is working with the European Council of International Schools to teach educators to implement e-learning initiatives
Through the START-UP NY program, Precision Optical Transceivers is making a difference in the town of Brockport.
One of the first companies to come to New York under START-UP NY, MitoGenetics is exploring new ways to treat diabetes and other disorders.
The combination of UB’s Center of Excellence in Bioinformatics and Life Sciences and START-UP NY supports clustering of companies and research efforts.
The fast-growing company provides internships for students, hires graduates and leverages faculty expertise for research and development.
Cytocybernetics demonstrates how TAF, START-UP NY and other technology/economic development programs help small businesses grow.
Pioneering technology aims to simplify procedures, reduce pain and shorten recovery times for the 900,000+ patients who undergo bone-related surgeries each year
HEADBANGERZ videogame creator dreams of being the next Very, Very Big Thing.
MVCC’s Airframe & Powerplant Technology Program and proximity to Griffiss Airport make the campus a perfect fit for ProDrones USA.
START-UP NY participant Designer Hardwood Flooring is looking for talented, visionary people and SUNY Oswego is ready to deliver.
With customers in the US, Europe and India, Advanced Materials Analytics LLC is spreading the word about what BU can do for technology.
143 businesses now participating in START-UP NY and committing to create more than 4,000 new jobs across New York State.
SWSP’s partnership with SUNY Ulster brings the company a chance to recruit well-trained graduates from several of the college’s programs.
New companies are advancing innovation in health care and energy efficiency.
128 businesses now participating in START-UP NY and committing to create more than 3,600 new jobs across New York State.
Biotech firm that's trying to redefine how the world makes animal products gains valuable assistance from SUNY Downstate.
A new partnership between SUNY Plattsburgh and Eye-In Média brings benefits to both parties.
A partnership between ESF and a newly relocated wood products company brings numerous benefits to both parties, as well as the local community.
Bak USA is partnering with UB to reinvigorate Buffalo via internships, professional training and well paid jobs building Wi-Fi tablets.