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Binghamton Enactus Chapter goes to Nationals
The Binghamton University chapter of Enactus won the regional competition in Washington D.C. on Friday, March 31st and is moving on to the National event in Kansas City on May 21st.
A health and wellness start-up company has outgrown its Binghamton University home. It's now celebrating its new location in the Village of Endicott.
On behalf of Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo, Lt. Gov. Kathy Hochul today announced that two Binghamton University startup companies – Charge CCCV and ChromaNanoTech – are among the six winning companies of the 76West Clean Energy Business Competition, one of the largest competitions in the United States to focus exclusively on clean-energy businesses.
The winners of the first 76West cleantech business competition were announced at Binghamton University on Wednesday. Horseheads-based optical sensor company Micatu took the $1 million grand prize. Andrew Thayer / Staff Video
Endicott-Johnson. IBM. Manufacturing giants whose legacies cast long shadows in Endicott, even as the village sees it's once booming industries fade. But could a new name - Sonostics and what's called a Heart Partner - jump start the village's economy from it's new office on Washington Ave.?
Congratulations to Charge CCCV and Magnis Resources Ltd on their agreement as they move forward to the forefront of Lithium-Ion Battery Developments. Thus, paving their way to becoming a significant player in this lithium-ion supply chain.
Check out this new app called Blooper developed by Aris Agdere, Binghamton University graduate. The app is free available for download in the Appstore.
Update on the Southern Tier Incubator Project.
Construction is moving along well on the Southern Tier High Technology Incubator, a project led by Binghamton University. The plans for this space were originally announced in 2012 and it is anticipated to be done by March 2017. This incubator is exciting not only for the university, but for the community as well because of it's long term effects for the surrounding areas and it's economy.
What are Sonic Blocks? They are speakers that will revolutionize the way you choose to listen.What does that mean? Well what makes Sonic Blocks special is they allow users to customize almost every aspect of the product to their own personal preferences (i.e. the sound, the number of channels, the appearance and how it is utilized). It is a bluetooth friendly device among other features that are offered. Indiegogo is the largest global crowdfunding & fundraising site online.
Tremayne Stewart, has worked with Binghamton's Office of Entrepreneurship and Innovation Partnerships and his dream, he said, is "to be entrepreneurial," such as through the Hackathon app he created to help organizations engage their members.PipeDream by Michelle Kraidman February 2, 2016
Whether they’re studying finance or music, professor Kenneth McLeod wants students to know that they can one day become their own boss.
Computer Science Professor Lei Yu has been accepted into the next cohort and will be vetting the market potential of patent-pending "Reinforcement Learning" approaches applied to energy control systems for 'smart' buildings.
Over the past year, several university researchers and pre-revenue companies have been working diligently with NEXUS-NY to accelerate the commercialization of their early-stage, clean-energy technologies. Now with the educational, financial and business support of the NEXUS-NY clean energy seed accelerator, six new research teams have completed cohort 2.
Simeon Videnov and Gabriel Ochoa are setting out to make volunteering more accessible to the masses. And true to their natures, these computer science and mathematics students are trying to do it through designing a piece of software they're calling Volunhere.
The Southern Tier High Tech Incubator complex is expected to open in 12 to 18 months. The incubator is being designed for businesses that will be involved in energy, electronics and health initiatives.
ChromaNanoTech was one of the top four finalists of a world wide innovation competition.
9/24/15 by Darcy Fauci - Binghamton University
Binghamton University, together with joint intellectual property owner Crysta-Lyn Chemical Company, of Binghamton, opted to license a novel platform technology to startup ChromaNanoTech for further development and introduction to the marketplace. ChromaNanoTech is designing pigments that can be tuned in a polymer hardcoat film and applied to glass, to keep out the heat out, while still allowing the visible light to shine through.
HiTES has been ranked "high-interest" and has been accepted as a showcase for the DOD Defense Energy Summit Showcase in Austin, Texas!
Callsign provides biometrics-based authentication solutions. Callsign offices are expected to open at the end of the year and could add more than 38 jobs.
Eric Krohn of Gyro Heat Technologies designs a rotating gas burner that distributes heat evenly and converts any unused heat into electricity.
Passive solar technology is a wonderful, energy-saving treatment for windows, doors, and skylights in buildings which screens out the heat from sunlight while reducing air conditioning costs, resulting in electrical savings of up to 50%.
A new award from the National Science Foundation will enhance science, math, engineering
and technology (STEM) education at Binghamton University as well as encouraging future
---understand what an organization might want in terms of product, said Pam Mischen, associate professor at Binghamton University
Students at Binghamton University put their technical skills to the test...
In the last two years, the world has amassed more data than in humanity's previous 2,000 years. It's a revolution that experts including Johns Hopkins University biostatistics professor Scott Zeger say is changing the world...
Innovation Day 2014 brought experts from different fields at Binghamton University's Innovative Technologies Complex for an event called "Big Data, Making Sense of Our World"...
...2014 New York State Business Plan Competition was held at Binghamton University. Undergraduate and Graduate students from Binghamton University...
Binghamton University to host regional round of state Business Plan Competition
Binghamton University will be one of the first SUNY campuses for Start-Up NY...
It's official: Binghamton University has been approved as a site for Governor Cuomo's tax-free Start Up New York program...
Binghamton University has been tapped as one of the sites across the state to act as a hub for new businesses to operate free of any taxes...