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NEW YORK STATE BUSINESS INCUBATORS

  • Advanced Biotechnology Incubator - The Biotech Incubator offers start-ups and early-stage biotech companies 400-3,000 square foot wet/dry lab and office space with convenient access to Downstate’s facilities and amenities.
  • Albany Nanotech - Albany NanoTech is a university-based global research, development, technology deployment, and education resource supporting accelerated high-technology commercialization. Co-located with the new College of NanoScale Science and Engineering at the University at Albany (SUNY), it seeks to leverage resources in partnership with business, government, and academia to create jobs and economic growth for nanoelectronics-related industries.
  • Biotech Business Incubator - The East Campus’ high-tech business incubator occupies one of the four wings of the main 384,000 square foot research building. Current tenants include bioscience, chemical, and nanotech companies. The main attractions of the incubator include its proximity to the resources on the East Campus, and in particular, the staff and equipment at the Center for Functional Genomics.
  • Broad Hollow Bioscience Park - The facility is comprised of an incubator wing that is home to start-up companies, and the remainder of the facility is home to the research headquarters of OSI Pharmaceuticals, Inc., the anchor tenant for the Park. The facility is located on the beautiful campus of Farmingdale State University of New York.
  • CASE Center at Syracuse University - The CASE Center incubator program looks to attract and assist start-up or young technology companies with long-term potential for high growth of revenues and profits. The incubators benefit from a rich intellectual and research environment, access to talented faculty and students, modern office facilities, and many networked computing resources that are essential to young start-up companies. These technology companies are nurtured to the point where they become ready for venture capital or other investment and thus "graduate" from the incubator to more conventional business facilities.
  • Long Island High-Technology Incubator - A Great Place on the Stony Brook University and University Medical Center to start your business.
  • National Clean Energy Incubator Alliance - The alliance is a group of leading business incubators dedicated to providing business and financial services tailored to the needs of the clean energy community. The Alliance is ready to support a broad portfolio of clean energy technologies including – but not limited to – renewables, microturbines, fuel cells, power quality, energy efficiency, alternative fuels, transportation, and energy-related e-commerce and information technologies.
  • Rensselaer Center for Stem Cell Research - State-of-the-art training and equipment for stem sell research is available at Rensselaer's shared-use facility in Troy.
  • Stony Brook Software Incubator - The incubator is managed by the Research Foundation of the State University of New York on behalf of the University at Stony Brook.
  • Syracuse Technology Garden - Located in downtown Syracuse, this newly constructed 33,000 square foot facility is a project of the Greater Syracuse Chamber of Commerce. The Syracuse Technology Garden is now accepting applications from early-stage, high-growth technology businesses.
  • University of Buffalo Technology Incubator - The UB Technology Incubator, located in the Baird Research Park, supports the creation of new technology-based businesses by providing affordable business services to entrepreneurs. Since its inception in 1988, the program has assisted more than sixty tenants and graduates, boasting a 75 percent survival rate. Aggregate employment by those companies is 455 people, and annual revenues exceed $60 million.