October 30 2019
Biotechnology/Life Sciences/Pharmaceuticals, News, R&D

Bioconnex announces the Capital Region Cancer Research New Frontiers Symposium: Cancer Immuno- and Related-Therapies

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE ALBANY, NEW YORK – The Capital Region Cancer Research group (CRCR) will sponsor a half-day symposium as part of its CRCR New Frontiers Series, entitled “New strategies and technologies in cancer research.” The event will be held on Nov. 1 at the Albany College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences Gozzo Student Center

September 13 2019
Advanced Materials, R&D

The Research Connection – September 2019: Advanced Materials Edition

Featured R&D projects: Startup aims to advance the 3D printing of high-performance ceramics Binghamton to acquire advanced materials research tool Using nanotechnology to optimize ceramics, alloys, and composites Exploring the properties of photonic nanostructures Bio-industrial Materials Institute (BMI): Sustainable Materials Development Mycelium based biocomposites and foams High efficiency fiber reinforced isogrid structures New Materials Support

August 20 2019
News, R&D

Capital Region in top 50 for corporate R&D spending

Times Union By: Larry Rulison Albany- Despite the fact that General Electric Co., GlobalFoundries and companies like SI Group have all downsized their local operations in recent years, the Capital Region is an emerging force when it comes to corporate research and development spending. That’s according to the Center for Economic Growth in Albany, citing

August 15 2019
R&D

Capital Region Businesses spend more than $1B on R&D Annually

The Capital Region is one of less than 50 metro areas nationwide where businesses spend more than $1 billion on R&D annually, according to new data from the National Center for Science and Engineering Statistics (NCSES). R&D Spending In 2015, businesses in the five-county Albany-Schenectady-Troy metropolitan statistical area (MSA) spent $1.256 billion on R&D. Of

July 22 2019
General, R&D

Capital Region Federal Venture Funding up 34% in 2018

The federal government awarded 34 percent more in seed funding to Capital Region startups and other small business in fiscal 2018, according to a Center for Economic Growth (CEG) analysis of data on SBIR.gov. Awards Fifteen firms in the eight-county region received $17 million in Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) and Small Business Technology Transfer

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