Without the business incubator at High Tech Rochester’s Lenox Tech Enterprise Center in Henrietta, Jeff Helfer might have moved his company, Diffinity Genomics to another city.
On the campus of the University of Rochester, Robert E. Hopkins is known as the “father of optical engineering,” even years after his death.
Scores of the area’s young business-minded professionals converged Thursday on the second annual Rochester Young Professionals Entrepreneur Expo at the Memorial Art Gallery.
When Greater Rochester Enterprise Inc. president Mark Peterson graduated from St. John Fisher College in 1983, Kodak was king.
New York’s senators have secured nearly $3.8 million in federal funding for new high-tech manufacturing public-private partnerships in Syracuse and Rochester.
The University of Rochester is combining its medical, engineering, and entrepreneurial expertise to create the Center for Medical Technology Innovation (CMTI).
The three 2012 winners of an annual optical design competition for students have been named, said electronic design automation company Synopsys Inc.
Aspiring student entrepreneurs and venture capitalists at the Simon School of Business will now have an innovative hands on educational opportunity to manage a philanthropically funded Venture Capital Fund in a real world setting.
Five teams of student entrepreneurs from the University of Rochester pushed their innovative ideas into the final round of the Mark Ain Business Model Competition on Wednesday.
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