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.
Technological advances and a first-ever international patent have made for a hot summer at ThermoLift, which is closing in rapidly on critical field tests for its natural gas-driven heat pump and air-conditioning unit.
Summer slowdown? Not at the Clean Energy Business Incubator Program, where a full slate of new clients and educational networking programs is giving a traditionally sagging season some sizzle.
Stony Brook University’s impressive economic-development ecosystem took a home run trot Thursday during the university’s first-ever Business Incubator Showcase, held at the Center for Excellence in Wireless Information Technology.
The artificial jellyfish is heading to the Philippines. And perhaps the Caribbean. And someday soon, maybe everywhere else.
Stony Brook University’s ninth-annual Innovation Boot Camp looms, giving the big thinkers behind potentially game-changing technologies in clean energy, IT infrastructure and biotech a golden chance to test their innovations’ commercialization potential.