Kingston-Syracuse Pathway

Kingston-Syracuse Pathway

Located only 35 minutes from Kingston, Upstate New York represents a unique opportunity for Kingston companies in exporting, scale-up, expansion and research. Through a collaborative approach involving Kingston Economic Development and partner organizations, innovative Kingston companies have a unique opportunity to engage Upstate NY and expand into the USA market.  Connect with us if you are working in the following fields:

  • Biotech & Health
  • Cleantech
  • Energy
  • UAVs/Drones
  • SASS

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Syracuse Center of Excellence in Environmental and Energy Systems (Syracuse CoE)

The Syracuse CoE is New York State’s Center of Excellence for Environmental and Energy Systems. Led by Syracuse University, Syracuse CoE engages faculty, students and collaborators at 200+ firms and institutions to catalyze innovations that improve energy efficiency, environmental quality and resilience in healthy buildings and cleaner, greener communities. Syracuse CoE is at the forefront of groundbreaking green and clean technology research, leveraging world-class R&D facilities from the iconic, high-performance, LEED–Platinum- designed “living laboratory” that is the Syracuse CoE headquarters to the state-of-the-art labs of our partners.

SyracuseCoE Headquarters Building

The SyracuseCoE Headquarters Building is a test bed for environmental and energy technologies and building innovations. The facility includes:

  • Combustion and Energy Research (COMER) Lab
  • Domestic Hot Water Lab
  • Flow Visualization Lab
  • Green Roof
  • Interactive Design and Visualization Lab
  • Intermodal Transportation Center
  • Material Archi-Techtonic Research Lab (MATR)
  • Performance Praxis Lab
  • SUNY ESF Biofuels Development Facility
  • Thermodynamics and Combustion Lab
  • Total Indoor Environmental Quality (TIEQ) Lab
  • Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Lab
  • Urban Ecosystem Observatory Tower
  • Building Energy and Environmental Systems Test bed
  • Geothermal System
  • Lighting and Control Systems
  • Natural Ventilation
  • Personal Ventilation Systems
  • Advanced Building Heat Recovery/Reuse Systems
  • Air Quality Monitoring of Outside Air and Integrated Controls for Improving/Protecting Indoor Air
  • Building Materials Testing
  • Rain Water Capture and Reuse

Central New York Biotech Accelerator (CNYBAC)

The Central New York Biotech Accelerator (CNYBAC) is a 50,000+ square foot facility that accommodates companies involved in the commercialization of biomedical technologies. CNYBAC space includes state-of-the-art wet labs. Clients are able to gain access to SUNY Upstate Medical University’s basic science and clinical researchers, and graduate student interns.  Staff provide assistance with and seek out client resource needs, funding and collaborative events, mentorship expertise and partnership opportunities.

Collaborators

Ontario East logoQueen's University logoCentral New York Biotech Accelerator logoCenterstate Corporation for Economic Opportunity logoCanExport Community Investment logoJefferson County Economic Development logoNaturally Lewis logoUpstate Medical University logo

Learn How The Pathway Can Support You To Innovate

Art the Science logoBojak Manufacturing logoCrom Contracting logoDistributed Compute Labs logoDocupet logoEZ Stak logoLishe Foods logoPixels and Plans logoStaybillety logoUrban Hippie Granola logo

 

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