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private:centerforemergingandinnovativesciences 3738547 May 23rd, 2019 12:00AM Center for Emerging & Innovative Sciences 93 3.00 Open Research May 23rd, 2019 12:26PM May 23rd, 2019 12:26PM We believe that one of the best ways to promote economic development in New York State is to bring together companies and university researchers who have areas of common interest -- and encourage them to collaborate. The Center for Emerging and Innovative Sciences does that in two ways. Funding: As one of 15 Centers for Advanced Technology funded by NYSTAR, a division of the New York State Department of Economic Development, we provide matching state funds to magnify the impact of corporate-sponsored research in existing labs at our partner universities. Outreach: We sponsor the Annual University Technology Showcase, the Industrial Seminar Series at the U of R and RIT, workshops and panel sessions, and market research and analysis. Over the past 5 years, CEIS funding has been leveraged to generate over $400 million in economic impact and the creation of 120 new jobs. By bringing together multiple universities, companies, government agencies, and economic development organizations in a collaborative environment we provide leadership in the identification and realization of technology-driven economic development in the Finger Lakes region. Our primary technology focus is on optics, photonics, and imaging in support of the regional cluster of companies in those industries. We also support projects in the biomedical, energy, and electronics areas in response to the ongoing diversification of the Finger Lakes regional area economy. We work primarily with faculty and scientists at the University of Rochester and the Rochester Institute of Technology although we do support some research at other universities in New York. And we work closely with small, mid-sized, and large companies in the Finger Lakes region and across the state. Interested? Contact us at: Center for Emerging & Innovative Sciences CPU Box 270194 Rochester, NY 14627-0194 ceisweb@seas.rochester.edu Open Open Center for Emerging & Innovative Sciences, CPU Box 270194 Rochester New York US 14627-0194 Center for Emerging and Innovative Sciences
private:centerforemergingandinnovativesciences 3738547 Mar 18th, 2018 12:00AM Center for Emerging and Innovative Sciences 83 5.00 Open Research Mar 18th, 2018 06:22PM Mar 18th, 2018 06:22PM Open Center for Emerging and Innovative Sciences
private:centerforemergingandinnovativesciences 3738547 Feb 17th, 2018 12:00AM Center for Emerging and Innovative Sciences 82 6.00 Open Research Feb 17th, 2018 02:25PM Feb 17th, 2018 02:25PM We believe that one of the best ways to promote economic development in New York State is to bring together companies and university researchers who have areas of common interest -- and encourage them to collaborate. The Center for Emerging and Innovative Sciences does that in two ways. Funding: As one of 15 Centers for Advanced Technology funded by NYSTAR, a division of the New York State Department of Economic Development, we provide matching state funds to magnify the impact of corporate-sponsored research in existing labs at our partner universities. Outreach: We sponsor the Annual University Technology Showcase, the Industrial Seminar Series at the U of R and RIT, workshops and panel sessions, and market research and analysis. Over the past 5 years, CEIS funding has been leveraged to generate over $400 million in economic impact and the creation of 120 new jobs. By bringing together multiple universities, companies, government agencies, and economic development organizations in a collaborative environment we provide leadership in the identification and realization of technology-driven economic development in the Finger Lakes region. Our primary technology focus is on optics, photonics, and imaging in support of the regional cluster of companies in those industries. We also support projects in the biomedical, energy, and electronics areas in response to the ongoing diversification of the Finger Lakes regional area economy. We work primarily with faculty and scientists at the University of Rochester and the Rochester Institute of Technology although we do support some research at other universities in New York. And we work closely with small, mid-sized, and large companies in the Finger Lakes region and across the state. Interested? Contact us at: Center for Emerging & Innovative Sciences CPU Box 270194 Rochester, NY 14627-0194 ceisweb@seas.rochester.edu Center for Emerging and Innovative Sciences
private:centerforemergingandinnovativesciences 3738547 Feb 16th, 2018 12:00AM Center for Emerging and Innovative Sciences 82 6.00 Open Research Feb 16th, 2017 08:15AM Feb 16th, 2017 08:15AM We believe that one of the best ways to promote economic development in New York State is to bring together companies and university researchers who have areas of common interest -- and encourage them to collaborate. The Center for Emerging and Innovative Sciences does that in two ways. Funding: As one of 15 Centers for Advanced Technology funded by NYSTAR, a division of the New York State Department of Economic Development, we provide matching state funds to magnify the impact of corporate-sponsored research in existing labs at our partner universities. Outreach: We sponsor the Annual University Technology Showcase, the Industrial Seminar Series at the U of R and RIT, workshops and panel sessions, and market research and analysis. Over the past 5 years, CEIS funding has been leveraged to generate over $400 million in economic impact and the creation of 120 new jobs. By bringing together multiple universities, companies, government agencies, and economic development organizations in a collaborative environment we provide leadership in the identification and realization of technology-driven economic development in the Finger Lakes region. Our primary technology focus is on optics, photonics, and imaging in support of the regional cluster of companies in those industries. We also support projects in the biomedical, energy, and electronics areas in response to the ongoing diversification of the Finger Lakes regional area economy. We work primarily with faculty and scientists at the University of Rochester and the Rochester Institute of Technology although we do support some research at other universities in New York. And we work closely with small, mid-sized, and large companies in the Finger Lakes region and across the state. Interested? Contact us at: Center for Emerging & Innovative Sciences CPU Box 270194 Rochester, NY 14627-0194 ceisweb@seas.rochester.edu Center for Emerging and Innovative Sciences
private:centerforemergingandinnovativesciences 3738547 Feb 15th, 2018 12:00AM Center for Emerging and Innovative Sciences 82 6.00 Open Research Feb 15th, 2017 10:07AM Feb 15th, 2017 10:07AM We believe that one of the best ways to promote economic development in New York State is to bring together companies and university researchers who have areas of common interest -- and encourage them to collaborate. The Center for Emerging and Innovative Sciences does that in two ways. Funding: As one of 15 Centers for Advanced Technology funded by NYSTAR, a division of the New York State Department of Economic Development, we provide matching state funds to magnify the impact of corporate-sponsored research in existing labs at our partner universities. Outreach: We sponsor the Annual University Technology Showcase, the Industrial Seminar Series at the U of R and RIT, workshops and panel sessions, and market research and analysis. Over the past 5 years, CEIS funding has been leveraged to generate over $400 million in economic impact and the creation of 120 new jobs. By bringing together multiple universities, companies, government agencies, and economic development organizations in a collaborative environment we provide leadership in the identification and realization of technology-driven economic development in the Finger Lakes region. Our primary technology focus is on optics, photonics, and imaging in support of the regional cluster of companies in those industries. We also support projects in the biomedical, energy, and electronics areas in response to the ongoing diversification of the Finger Lakes regional area economy. We work primarily with faculty and scientists at the University of Rochester and the Rochester Institute of Technology although we do support some research at other universities in New York. And we work closely with small, mid-sized, and large companies in the Finger Lakes region and across the state. Interested? Contact us at: Center for Emerging & Innovative Sciences CPU Box 270194 Rochester, NY 14627-0194 ceisweb@seas.rochester.edu Center for Emerging and Innovative Sciences
private:centerforemergingandinnovativesciences 3738547 Feb 14th, 2018 12:00AM Center for Emerging and Innovative Sciences 82 6.00 Open Research Feb 14th, 2017 01:50PM Feb 14th, 2017 01:50PM We believe that one of the best ways to promote economic development in New York State is to bring together companies and university researchers who have areas of common interest -- and encourage them to collaborate. The Center for Emerging and Innovative Sciences does that in two ways. Funding: As one of 15 Centers for Advanced Technology funded by NYSTAR, a division of the New York State Department of Economic Development, we provide matching state funds to magnify the impact of corporate-sponsored research in existing labs at our partner universities. Outreach: We sponsor the Annual University Technology Showcase, the Industrial Seminar Series at the U of R and RIT, workshops and panel sessions, and market research and analysis. Over the past 5 years, CEIS funding has been leveraged to generate over $400 million in economic impact and the creation of 120 new jobs. By bringing together multiple universities, companies, government agencies, and economic development organizations in a collaborative environment we provide leadership in the identification and realization of technology-driven economic development in the Finger Lakes region. Our primary technology focus is on optics, photonics, and imaging in support of the regional cluster of companies in those industries. We also support projects in the biomedical, energy, and electronics areas in response to the ongoing diversification of the Finger Lakes regional area economy. We work primarily with faculty and scientists at the University of Rochester and the Rochester Institute of Technology although we do support some research at other universities in New York. And we work closely with small, mid-sized, and large companies in the Finger Lakes region and across the state. Interested? Contact us at: Center for Emerging & Innovative Sciences CPU Box 270194 Rochester, NY 14627-0194 ceisweb@seas.rochester.edu Center for Emerging and Innovative Sciences
private:centerforemergingandinnovativesciences 3738547 Feb 13th, 2018 12:00AM Center for Emerging and Innovative Sciences 82 6.00 Open Research Feb 13th, 2017 04:11PM Feb 13th, 2017 04:11PM We believe that one of the best ways to promote economic development in New York State is to bring together companies and university researchers who have areas of common interest -- and encourage them to collaborate. The Center for Emerging and Innovative Sciences does that in two ways. Funding: As one of 15 Centers for Advanced Technology funded by NYSTAR, a division of the New York State Department of Economic Development, we provide matching state funds to magnify the impact of corporate-sponsored research in existing labs at our partner universities. Outreach: We sponsor the Annual University Technology Showcase, the Industrial Seminar Series at the U of R and RIT, workshops and panel sessions, and market research and analysis. Over the past 5 years, CEIS funding has been leveraged to generate over $400 million in economic impact and the creation of 120 new jobs. By bringing together multiple universities, companies, government agencies, and economic development organizations in a collaborative environment we provide leadership in the identification and realization of technology-driven economic development in the Finger Lakes region. Our primary technology focus is on optics, photonics, and imaging in support of the regional cluster of companies in those industries. We also support projects in the biomedical, energy, and electronics areas in response to the ongoing diversification of the Finger Lakes regional area economy. We work primarily with faculty and scientists at the University of Rochester and the Rochester Institute of Technology although we do support some research at other universities in New York. And we work closely with small, mid-sized, and large companies in the Finger Lakes region and across the state. Interested? Contact us at: Center for Emerging & Innovative Sciences CPU Box 270194 Rochester, NY 14627-0194 ceisweb@seas.rochester.edu Center for Emerging and Innovative Sciences
private:centerforemergingandinnovativesciences 3738547 Feb 12th, 2018 12:00AM Center for Emerging and Innovative Sciences 82 6.00 Open Research Feb 12th, 2017 04:15AM Feb 12th, 2017 04:15AM We believe that one of the best ways to promote economic development in New York State is to bring together companies and university researchers who have areas of common interest -- and encourage them to collaborate. The Center for Emerging and Innovative Sciences does that in two ways. Funding: As one of 15 Centers for Advanced Technology funded by NYSTAR, a division of the New York State Department of Economic Development, we provide matching state funds to magnify the impact of corporate-sponsored research in existing labs at our partner universities. Outreach: We sponsor the Annual University Technology Showcase, the Industrial Seminar Series at the U of R and RIT, workshops and panel sessions, and market research and analysis. Over the past 5 years, CEIS funding has been leveraged to generate over $400 million in economic impact and the creation of 120 new jobs. By bringing together multiple universities, companies, government agencies, and economic development organizations in a collaborative environment we provide leadership in the identification and realization of technology-driven economic development in the Finger Lakes region. Our primary technology focus is on optics, photonics, and imaging in support of the regional cluster of companies in those industries. We also support projects in the biomedical, energy, and electronics areas in response to the ongoing diversification of the Finger Lakes regional area economy. We work primarily with faculty and scientists at the University of Rochester and the Rochester Institute of Technology although we do support some research at other universities in New York. And we work closely with small, mid-sized, and large companies in the Finger Lakes region and across the state. Interested? Contact us at: Center for Emerging & Innovative Sciences CPU Box 270194 Rochester, NY 14627-0194 ceisweb@seas.rochester.edu Center for Emerging and Innovative Sciences
private:centerforemergingandinnovativesciences 3738547 Feb 11th, 2018 12:00AM Center for Emerging and Innovative Sciences 82 6.00 Open Research Feb 11th, 2017 05:35AM Feb 11th, 2017 05:35AM We believe that one of the best ways to promote economic development in New York State is to bring together companies and university researchers who have areas of common interest -- and encourage them to collaborate. The Center for Emerging and Innovative Sciences does that in two ways. Funding: As one of 15 Centers for Advanced Technology funded by NYSTAR, a division of the New York State Department of Economic Development, we provide matching state funds to magnify the impact of corporate-sponsored research in existing labs at our partner universities. Outreach: We sponsor the Annual University Technology Showcase, the Industrial Seminar Series at the U of R and RIT, workshops and panel sessions, and market research and analysis. Over the past 5 years, CEIS funding has been leveraged to generate over $400 million in economic impact and the creation of 120 new jobs. By bringing together multiple universities, companies, government agencies, and economic development organizations in a collaborative environment we provide leadership in the identification and realization of technology-driven economic development in the Finger Lakes region. Our primary technology focus is on optics, photonics, and imaging in support of the regional cluster of companies in those industries. We also support projects in the biomedical, energy, and electronics areas in response to the ongoing diversification of the Finger Lakes regional area economy. We work primarily with faculty and scientists at the University of Rochester and the Rochester Institute of Technology although we do support some research at other universities in New York. And we work closely with small, mid-sized, and large companies in the Finger Lakes region and across the state. Interested? Contact us at: Center for Emerging & Innovative Sciences CPU Box 270194 Rochester, NY 14627-0194 ceisweb@seas.rochester.edu Center for Emerging and Innovative Sciences
private:centerforemergingandinnovativesciences 3738547 Feb 10th, 2018 12:00AM Center for Emerging and Innovative Sciences 82 6.00 Open Research Feb 10th, 2017 06:43AM Feb 10th, 2017 06:43AM We believe that one of the best ways to promote economic development in New York State is to bring together companies and university researchers who have areas of common interest -- and encourage them to collaborate. The Center for Emerging and Innovative Sciences does that in two ways. Funding: As one of 15 Centers for Advanced Technology funded by NYSTAR, a division of the New York State Department of Economic Development, we provide matching state funds to magnify the impact of corporate-sponsored research in existing labs at our partner universities. Outreach: We sponsor the Annual University Technology Showcase, the Industrial Seminar Series at the U of R and RIT, workshops and panel sessions, and market research and analysis. Over the past 5 years, CEIS funding has been leveraged to generate over $400 million in economic impact and the creation of 120 new jobs. By bringing together multiple universities, companies, government agencies, and economic development organizations in a collaborative environment we provide leadership in the identification and realization of technology-driven economic development in the Finger Lakes region. Our primary technology focus is on optics, photonics, and imaging in support of the regional cluster of companies in those industries. We also support projects in the biomedical, energy, and electronics areas in response to the ongoing diversification of the Finger Lakes regional area economy. We work primarily with faculty and scientists at the University of Rochester and the Rochester Institute of Technology although we do support some research at other universities in New York. And we work closely with small, mid-sized, and large companies in the Finger Lakes region and across the state. Interested? Contact us at: Center for Emerging & Innovative Sciences CPU Box 270194 Rochester, NY 14627-0194 ceisweb@seas.rochester.edu Center for Emerging and Innovative Sciences

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