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The CCMR and its partners in the News!

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2017 CMR Symposium explores possibilities of origami machines

Cornell Chronicle: 2017 CCMR Symposium

CCMR and ITAC collaborating in support of NY City manufacturers

NY City Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC) Futureworks NYC Advanced Manufacturing Initiative: CCMR in partnership with ITAC.

Cornell eship Magazine spring 2017, page 14: “Unique Resources: the CCMR”

Success Story: Calmetrics

CCMR, Prof. Yong Joo, Cornell Chemical Engineering, and IdealChain, Binghamton NY, receive a  Manufacturing Innovation Fund award!

Spring 2017 CCMR JumpStart projects

Spring 1017 JumpStart Projects in the CNY Business Journal

The CCMR on Capchips

The CCMR at the TwitterChat@LaunchHour: Funding Opportunities for Startups!

Cornell University Lakeside launchpad 

CCMR new EMPAD detector

Nanoscale Surfaces

Scientists jump start NYS businesses: Corso’s Cookies

CCMR Faculty, students and Projects:

Cornell and ADC tackling rescue rope issues for the US NAVY helicopters          

Making glassy metals

Axium Nanofibers LLC novel materials

Bringing plastics together

Safe -Environment Plastics

Corso’s Cookies poised for growth

Magnetic Memory

Meet Madhur Srivastava, a 2016 Commercialization Fellow from Biomedical Engineering

About the CCMR Partners:

ZetrOZ taking off with Sport Teams!

Entrepreneurship: A developing ecosystem of, through and beyond Cornell

An inside look at Ithaca’s business incubators

Heliohex Showcased by the CEO, Syracuse

Ecolectro wins $150,000 Grants For Growth Award!

Les Fritzemeier, a serial entrepreneur focusing on solar power, on a Talk Clean podcast!

Commercialization Fellowships at Cornell

Lionano was interviewed by CNBC and featured by the New York Academy of Sciences.

Xallent LLC received a NSF Phase II SBIR grant of $750K to support the commercialization of their breakthrough nanomachine probing technology.

Novomer is helping Ford Motor Co. to develop vehicles foams and plastics that use captured carbon dioxide (CO2) as a feedstock.

ZYMtronix, an Ithaca, NY-based spinout from Cornell Univ., has developed a universal method of enzyme immobilization.

 

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