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SUNY Poly announced that Associate Vice President for Research and Adjunct Professor of Nanoscience Dr. Satyavolu Papa Rao and Professor of Nanobioscience Dr. Nathaniel Cady have been awarded $900,000 in funding from the Rome-based Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) to conduct research on brain-inspired (neuromorphic) computing systems comprised of quantum devices operating at cryogenic (below -450 °F) temperatures.

Discusses the challenges of meeting the needs of alternative, eco-friendly modes of transportation like e-scooters and e-bikes in the city of Atlanta.

2019 Tech Award Honorees! Economic Winner: Auto/Mate Lift-Off: Jahnel Group Start-Up Star: Passport for Good Technology Innovation: Mobius-Labs Judges’ Choice – Technology Connector: Susan Lundberg, Owner, Capital Tech Search & President, NY Tech Loop Technology Trailblazer:  Annmarie Lanesey, Founder & CEO, AlbanyCanCode Manufacturing Innovator:  Dr. Gary Patton, CTO & SVP, Design Enablement and R&D, GLOBALFOUNDRIES Jeffery A. Lawrence Lifetime Contributor: Richard Frederick, Co-Founder … Read More »

Tobi Saulnier, entrepreneurial game developer, will be the next speaker at the Biz-Lab Clarkson Lunch at noon on June 20th. Parking is available on State Street in Schenectady in front of the Biz-Lab or in the parking lot in back of the Biz-Lab building.

Announces info on the last meeting of this Season of startup TECH valley on May 29th in Troy, NY.

Provides a report from Sioux Falls on what is a tech ecosystem and how to prepare such an ecosystem. This report was found on Silicon Prairie News, a region tech news website. (We learn from our neighbors even if they are in the middle of the country.

Identifies Regional I-Corps Short Course emerging at UAlbany for the Capital Region.

Collaboration between SUNY Poly and Global Foundries to foster opportunities to expand knowledge in technologies for semiconductor processing and nanomanufacturing

Highlights that IBM is providing $2 Billion for new Artificial Intelligence Research Hub at
SUNY Poly in Albany.