New York, June 29, 2017. The American Entrepreneurship Award (AEA), a program created to support start-up businesses and entrepreneurs, has announced the winners of its second annual contest.
An outer-borough biotech with a Long Island lineage is racing to the head of the organic-fertilizer field.
A Stony Brook battery business with European roots has made the cut in a state clean-energy contest.
Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today announced eight finalists for the $2.5 million 76West Clean Energy Competition in the Southern Tier. In its second round, 76West is one of the largest competitions in the country that focuses on supporting and growing clean energy businesses.Read More
These are busy days for William Biamonte, a forward-thinking entrepreneur with multiple oars in promising waters.
From the Couldn’t Have Done It Without You file comes the 2017 Incubator Showcase, a victory lap for past and current products of Stony Brook University’s diverse economic-development ecosystem.
NREL's Industry Growth Forum convenes venture capitalists, government representatives, and cleantech experts.
A pair of modest research grants will help one of the shining examples of Stony Brook University’s innovation ecosystem incorporate cutting-edge materials into its mechanical design, with the assistance of the Composite Prototyping Center.
ThermoLift,a Wells Fargo IN2 Incubator company, is competing to win the Best Venture Award at the U.S. Department of Energy’s National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) Industry Growth Forum hosted in Denver,CO on April 13‐14, 2017.
These boots are made for talking – and now, several enterprising innovators have a firmer grasp on what to say, and how to say it, when it’s time to commercialize the Next Big Thing.