Applied Sciences NYC

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Construction Of Cornell Tech Roosevelt Island Campus Will Begin In January 2014

 |  NYCEDC
It's official: The lease for Cornell Tech's Roosevelt Island Campus is signed, paving the way for a new world-leading institution.

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Fourth Applied Sciences Program Announced With Carnegie Mellon University

 |  NYCEDC
Carnegie Mellon joins Cornell, New York University, and Columbia as the fourth higher learning institution in New York City's Applied Sciences Initiative.

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Google Donates Office Space to CornellNYC Tech During Campus Construction

 |  NYCEDC
Google will allocate 22,000 square feet of its New York headquarters to CornellNYC Tech, while the university completes its campus on Roosevelt Island.

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Cornell University's First Startup Career Fair

 |  CET
NYC Tech Talent Draft is at Cornell, the university’s first engineering and technical startup career fair since winning the Applied Sciences NYC bid.

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Applied Sciences NYC Update

 |  Seth Pinsky
With Applied Sciences NYC, we face another "Erie Canal moment"—an opportunity to change the City’s economic trajectory, further diversify our economy and secure our place as a capital of innovation for years to come.

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Next Steps for Applied Sciences NYC

 |  NYCEDC
Mayor Bloomberg announced that the City has received seven qualifying responses to Applied Sciences NYC.

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Fast Company: “Nerd York City: Why Bloomberg Wants A NYC Tech Campus”

 |  NYCEDC
Fast Company writes about the Bloomberg administration's Applied Sciences NYC initiative.

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Crain's: "New bids for tech campus shake up race"

 |  NYCEDC
Now three institutions are unveiling details of prospective campuses at other sites around the city, adding a twist to an ongoing dogfight between the engineering powerhouses from Ithaca and Palo Alto.