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The CCMR and its partners in the News!

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Whether for cables for helicopter rescues or bulletproof vests, advancing materials work!

Heliohex  participates in Cornell’s JumpStart Program

Prof. Frank Wise takes rein from Prof. Melissa Hines as Director of CCMR

CCMR at the 2017 NYSTAR Annual Meeting, October 24-25, 2017

NYSERDA report 17-12: Status – Vision for Additive Manufacturing Ecosystem in NYS, with the participation of the CCMR  

2017 CMR Symposium explores possibilities of origami machines

CCMR and ITAC collaborating in support of NY City manufacturers

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

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

Cornell Chronicle: 2017 CCMR Symposium

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

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:

FuzeHub announces Commercialization Competition 2017 Winners

CenterState CEO’s Syracuse Technology Garden announces GENIUS NY 16 semifinalists in the competition’s second round.

The Cornell partner, Advanced Design Consulting, Laning, NY, will be among those numerous contractors to benefit from the $15 million advanced manufacturing initiative to upgrade the Cornell University’s on-campus synchrotron facility, an initiative that could create anywhere between 50 and 100 jobs across the region. 

OrthoFit, a student startup company focused on smart wearables and software to prevent workplace injuries, is using a recent round of funding and a Proof of Concept Grant from the CenterState Corporations for Economic Opportunity to complete prototype smart gloves to be tested in industry settings this fall.

Molecular Glasses was selected as a semifinalist in the 43North Business Competition. The finalists will compete this October in Buffalo for a cut of $5 million.

Success Story: Calmetrics

Cornell Technology Acceleration and Maturation (CTAM) Fund  receives a gift from venture capital firm Kairos Ventures for venture creation and technology incubation.

SiMPore was recently award $975,000 in federal funding through a Phase II STTR and a Phase I SBIR

ZetrOZ taking off with Sport Teams!

Entrepreneurship: A developing ecosystem of, through and beyond Cornell


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