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.
Bonded Energy Solutions is throwing a BYOT party – as in, bring your own thermostat.
Innovate Long Island has announced the winners of its annual Innovator of the Year awards, which recognize Long Island’s best and brightest ideas and the incredible people who have them.
A Stony Brook tech firm with a hard-science history is tracking data’s “unknown unknowns,” helping enterprise administrators control complex and rapidly changing IT environments.
Man with a plan: Reed Phillips is starting small on his quest to commercialize revolutionary "eco-extractable vibrational energy."
A fresh $10 million investment will support early-stage clean-energy companies plugged into New York’s disparate business-incubator ecosystem – and one Long Island business program is especially glad to hear it.
A Department of Energy grant will help a Stony Brook-based advanced-energy firm develop high-temperature superconductor technology that could alter the future of global power grids.
Inside three short months, ThermoLift’s strategic research partnership with Hofstra University’s Center for Innovation has engineered advanced mechatronic controls for the Stony Brook-based startup’s cutting-edge heat pump technology.