Stony Brook clean-energy startup ThermoLift has been added to Wells Fargo’s Innovation Incubator, a five-year, $10 million program designed to help accelerate next-gen environmental technologies.
Renewable energy is boundless and everywhere – the ocean, the cars zooming by on the highway, even the mom pushing a baby stroller through the park all create “vibrational energy,” enough to power everything from a smartphone to an entire city.
Tinia Pina didn’t set out to create a supercharged organic fertilizer for hydroponic agriculture. It just worked out that way.
Innovate LI has announced the winners of its inaugural Innovator of the Year awards, which recognize Long Island’s best and brightest ideas.
Following are the stories of some of Long Island’s best and brightest ideas across an incredibly broad spectrum of innovation, from complex algorithms that plot medical targets for gene therapies to a brilliantly simple way to keep your wine glass free from grit at the beach.Read More
As NEXUS-NY commences its third year of operation, I’ve reflected on our early successes and future opportunities.Read More
October will mark four years at Stony Brook University’s Clean Energy Business Incubator Program for Dave Hamilton, who in July moved up to executive director after three years as head of CEBIP’s business development.
The Clean Energy Business Incubator Program (CEBIP) at Stony Brook University has named SMM as its agency of record. The Program seeks to address the key needs of early stage energy based technology companies utilizing the extensive experience of its Advisory Board, business partners and Stony Brook University.Read More
Its focus – drying wood – isn’t sexy. Its fundraising – while promising – is so far nonexistent. Its patents are pending and its commercialization strategy is the definition of deliberate, what its CEO calls a “realistic pathway into the marketplace.”
On its way to providing cheap, clean electricity for all mankind, Stony Brook startup Brimes Energy is making a quick detour to address another human inconvenience: Earth’s limited freshwater supply.