We have many regional partnerships that are dedicated to sharing technology and research and development in support of New York State business. These partnerships that can help your company solve their research needs and include:
- Non-Proprietary Research
- Proprietary Research
- Analytical Services
- Unique Research and Custom Solutions
Your business can use these resources to meet an immediate need, or allow you to find advances to propel your company into the future.
- The Center for Advanced Ceramic Technology (CACT) at Alfred University
At Alfred University's Center for Advanced Ceramic Technology (CACT), the primary mission is to help NYS companies retain and create jobs, increase their productivity, and boost their profitability through research in advanced ceramic materials and processing. The CACT offers a wide range of research options to help businesses grow and thrive.
IncubatorWorks is a resource for business startups and expansions in the Southern Tier of New York. From ideation, to testing, to limited production, to full manufacturing – they are here to help, offering advanced technologies, flexible manufacturing infrastructure and professional mentoring.
- Cornell Center for Technology Enterprise and Organization (CCTEC)
The goal of CCTEC is to support Cornell's land-grant mission and to promote public good by connecting Cornell technology to industry and business development efforts.
- The Alliance for Manufacturing and Technology (AM&T)
AM&T was established in 1988 as a private, non-profit organization to help small and mid-size manufacturers and high-tech startups in nine counties of the Southern Tier of New York become more competitive and grow.