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Adirondack Community College
Kris Duffy
President
640 Bay Rd
Queensbury New York 12804
START-UP NY School
  • Advanced Materials and Manufacturing
  • Biotech and Life Sciences
  • Tech and Electronics
  • Capital
(518) 743-2237
Adirondack Community College designated 45.68 acres of vacant campus land in the Town of Queensbury (Warren County) and 2,211 square feet of vacant space off campus in downtown Saratoga Springs. The college will target a variety of manufacturers (including those of medical devices), businesses in sustainable agriculture, beverages, electrical engineering, environmental research and development, software development, information technology and new-media solutions, and biotech research and development.
Albany Medical College
Kevin M. Leyden
Senior Vice President, Business Development and Strategic Partnerships
47 New Scotland Ave.
Albany New York 12208
START-UP NY School
  • Biotech and Life Sciences
  • Capital
(518) 262-1678
Albany Medical College has designated 9,859 square feet of vacant space on campus, including 2,000 square feet of laboratory space. The college will seek to enhance the Biomedical Acceleration and Commercialization Center (BACC) by targeting businesses in the areas of biomedicine, bioengineering, biotechnology and pharmaceuticals.
Alfred State College
Craig Clark, PE, PhD
Vice President of Economic Development
10 Upper College Dr
Alfred New York 14802
START-UP NY School
  • Advanced Materials and Manufacturing
  • Agribusiness
  • Cleantech and Renewable Energy
  • Tech and Electronics
  • Transportation Equipment
  • Western NY
(607) 986-0214
SUNY College of Technology at Alfred has designated 95 acres of on campus vacant land on campus and 304,291 square feet of on campus vacant space, including incubator space in the Ceramic Corridor Innovative Center. In addition, 6,000 square feet of vacant space has been designated off campus in a single-tenant industrial building in Alfred. The school will target agriculture-related businesses; computer-related businesses, including cyber security, software and hardware; construction; manufacturing; automotive-related businesses, including alternative fuels; architecture, engineering and design technology; culinary arts and baking production; digital media and animation and; manufacturing of equipment for renewable energy including geothermal, solar-thermal, photovoltaic and wind turbines.
Alfred University
Alan Rae
Interim Director, Center for Advanced Ceramic Technology
2 Pine Street
Alfred New York 14802
START-UP NY School
  • Cleantech and Renewable Energy
  • Biotech and Life Sciences
  • Advanced Materials and Manufacturing
  • Western NY
(607) 871-3143
Alfred University has designated 1,744 square feet of vacant space on-campus in the Scholes Library (344 square feet) and lab space in the Ceramics Corridor building (1,400 square feet) located in the City of Alfred. The college will target businesses in the following industries: ceramics and glass materials and products, high-temperature materials and applications, multilayer ceramic devices and electronic packaging, biomaterials and related medical products, architectural ceramics and construction materials, materials manufacturing technologies, and clean-energy/renewable energy technologies.
Binghamton University
Per Stromhaug
Assistant Vice President, Innovation and Economic Development
4400 Vestal Pkwy E
Binghamton New York 13902
START-UP NY School
  • Biotech and Life Sciences
  • Cleantech and Renewable Energy
  • Tech and Electronics
  • Southern Tier
(607) 777-5873
Binghamton University designated 49,685 square feet on campus that includes incubator space comprising part of the Southern Tier regional Hotspot and 95,000 square feet (2.1 acres) of campus land. A wide variety of businesses will be targeted including those in electronics packaging, energy efficiency and renewable energy, nanotechnology, health sciences, market analytics, human resources, media technologies, cyber-security and life sciences/pharmaceuticals.
Broome Community College
Janet Hertzog
Director of Continuing Education and Workforce Development
907 Upper Front St #1
Binghamton New York 13905
START-UP NY School
  • Advanced Materials and Manufacturing
  • Agribusiness
  • Biotech and Life Sciences
  • Craft Beverage
  • Tech and Electronics
  • Southern Tier
(607) 778-5203
Broome Community College designated 24,474 square feet of vacant space – 814 square feet on campus and 23,660 square feet off campus. The college will target businesses in high-tech manufacturing, agricultural manufacturing and food processing, and businesses involved in the development and production of hardware and software, medical equipment, corrections equipment and supplies, hospitality equipment and supplies, brewing equipment and supplies, and agricultural equipment and supplies.
Buffalo State College
Andrew Delmonte
Small Business Development Center at SUNY Buffalo State
1300 Elmwood Ave
Buffalo New York 14222
START-UP NY School
  • Tech and Electronics
  • Western NY
(716) 878-4030
State University College at Buffalo has designated 158,885 square feet of vacant space off campus space. The school will target businesses in the following industries: Digital technology and management, Food technology, Advanced manufacturing, Digital and non-digital arts, Blue economy-related enterprise, Fashion and textile technology, Environmental Planning and Design, Training and professional development, Educational services, Criminal justice, Engineering technology and Data management.
Canisius College
Sarah E. Graham
Director of Corporate and Foundation Relations
2001 Main St
Buffalo New York 14208
START-UP NY School
  • Advanced Materials and Manufacturing
  • Biotech and Life Sciences
  • Cleantech and Renewable Energy
  • Tech and Electronics
  • Western NY
(716) 888-8222
Canisius College has designated 45,200 square feet in Science Hall and 4,216 square feet in Demerly Hall on campus. Targeted businesses include health and life sciences; chemical industry; advance manufacturing; information technology; biotechnology; software development; alternative/sustainability technologies and robotics.
Cayuga Community College
Brian Durant
President
197 Franklin St.
Auburn New York 13021
START-UP NY School
  • Tech and Electronics
  • Central NY
(315) 255-1743 x2208
Cayuga Community College has designated 4,385 square feet of vacant office space on campus at the James T. Walsh Regional Economic Development Center, and 1.07 acres of vacant land on campus in Auburn, NY, at property owned by the Institute for the Application of Geospatial Technology (IAGT). The mission of IAGT, an affiliate of the college, is to bring innovative Geographic Information Systems (GIS) technology to the community and the world. Targeted businesses include those involved with the commercial application of geospatial technology and mapping, manufacturing, information technology, telecommunications and technical theater production.
Clarkson University
Jamey Hoose
Director, Shipley Center for Innovation
8 Clarkson Ave
Potsdam New York 13699
START-UP NY School
  • Biotech and Life Sciences
  • Other
  • North Country
(315) 268-6690
Clarkson University has designated 28,000 square feet in its downtown campus. The university will target businesses focused on high technology, including web development, nanoscience, materials and sustainable technologies. Recognizing the unique assets of the geography surrounding the campus and the protected Adirondack Park landscape, Clarkson will also seek to leverage its environmental and energy expertise to support value-adding business models that take natural resources such as produce, farm products and wood production for export.

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