About the CCMR:
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.
Cornell’s budding inventors and entrepreneurs from the lab to the boardroom will benefit from a gift from venture capital firm Kairos Ventures. The Los Angeles-based firm has made a commitment of $500,000 to the Cornell Technology Acceleration and Maturation (CTAM) Fund as part of its partnership with Cornell for venture creation and technology incubation.
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.
NYSERDA report 17-12: Status – Vision for Additive Manufacturing Ecosystem in NYS, with the participation of the CCMR
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!
Scientists jump start NYS businesses: Corso’s Cookies
CCMR Faculty, students and Projects:
Making glassy metals
Axium Nanofibers LLC novel materials
Safe -Environment Plastics
Corso’s Cookies poised for growth
Meet Madhur Srivastava, a 2016 Commercialization Fellow from Biomedical Engineering
About the CCMR Partners:
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!
Heliohex Showcased by the CEO, Syracuse
Ecolectro wins $150,000 Grants For Growth Award!
Commercialization Fellowships at Cornell
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.