At the third annual Pilot Day, we announced 11 winning projects to receive funding, in addition to unveiling ten promising health tech pilots and a major expansion of health tech efforts. Congratulations to these innovators!
SBIR IMPACT is a NYCEDC program designed to help NYC-based bio and health tech companies be more competitive in recruiting early-stage funding. In just two years, SBIR Impact has lived up to its name. Here are the numbers to prove it.
Home to top pharmaceutical companies and the most prestigious centers of basic science - not to mention the largest healthcare system in the country - NYC is uniquely positioned to lead in the life sciences. Here are all the ways we are nurturing the sector right here in the five boroughs.
To date, Pilot Health Tech NYC has awarded $2 million to health tech companies and hospitals to help them adopt technologies that improve New Yorkers’ health and save them money. Today, NYCEDC is calling for partners to help chart a new course for this successful program.
The first public session of the SBIR IMPACT program will be conducted by nationally recognized SBIR/STTR expert and SBIR Impact program director, Lisa Kurek on Monday, February 2 at Columbia University. Learn more about the free session here.
Experiential laboratories are changing the way New York students learn science. Harlem Biospace's Maker Lab brought together 25 public high school students to learn intensive chemistry, electrical, and computer engineering skills at Columbia University this summer. Here's what they learned.