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Accelerate Long Island and the Long Island Emerging Technologies Fund Announce $100,000 Investment in Envisagenics

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[responsivevoice_button voice="US English Female" buttontext="Play"] / Go to Source Article A Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Spin-out, Envisagenics is a bioinformatics startup founded by Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory scientists  Roslyn, NY, July 29, 2015 – Accelerate Long Island and the Long Island Emerging Technologies F... Read More
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Accelerate Long Island and the Long Island Emerging Technologies Fund Invest $100,000 in Symbiotic Health

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[responsivevoice_button voice="US English Female" buttontext="Play"] / Go to Source Article Co-founded by North Shore-LIJ infectious disease expert, Symbiotic Health focuses on therapeutics for potentially deadly bacteria Clostridium difficile  Roslyn, NY, July 16, 2015 – Accelerate Long Island and the Long Island Emerging Technologies Fund (LIETF) have announced an investment of $100,000 in Symbiotic Health Inc. The biotechnology startup is dedicated to developing and commercializing bacterial therapeuti... Read More
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Accelerate Long Island and the LIETF Announce $100,000 Investment in Right Dose, a Stony Brook University Startup

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[responsivevoice_button voice="US English Female" buttontext="Play"] / Go to Source Article Roslyn, NY, June 4, 2015 – Accelerate Long Island and the Long Island Emerging Technologies Fund (LIETF) have announced an investment of $100,000 in Right Dose Inc., a high-tech startup based on research conducted in the Department of Radiology at Stony Brook Medicine.  Right Dose was incorporated in 2011 in New York State and its primary product is called Scannerside, a cloud-based radiation dose monitoring system. Accelerate Long Island provided a $50,000 gra... Read More
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Report: 195 tech startups on Long Island in 2014

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[responsivevoice_button voice="US English Female" buttontext="Play"] / Go to Source Article Newsday  March 23, 2015 James Madore Long Island has slowly begun to build a much-talked-about technology economy that is capable of producing good-paying jobs to replace those lost in the defense industry, according to a report due out Tuesday. However, the employment numbers are still tiny. There were 195 tech startups in Nassau and Suffolk counties last year, according to the study, commissioned by Accelerate Long Island. Together, those businesses employ about 500 people, estimated Mark L... Read More
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Long Island’s 14 hottest startups named in new report

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[responsivevoice_button voice="US English Female" buttontext="Play"] / Go to Source Article Newsday  March 24, 2015 Victor Ocasio Long Island’s 14 hottest startup companies include everything from drug research firms working on potential treatments for breast cancer to makers of eco-friendly concrete, according to a report released Tuesday. The companies were selected as part of a new report commissioned by Accelerate Long Island, a group that promotes high-tech company growth on the Island. With six of the top 14 in the biotech industry, “we really have an opportunity . . . to become a... Read More
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Accelerate LI Announces 14 Hottest Startups

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[responsivevoice_button voice="US English Female" buttontext="Play"] / Go to Source Article FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE MELVILLE, N.Y. (March 25, 2015) – Accelerate Long Island named Long Island’s 14 most-promising technology startups as part of an inaugural look at the state of the local innovation economy. The companies were selected by a panel of technology executives, funding experts and economic development officials, and cover the three sectors that could best supplant the region’s former defense sector as an economic anchor. The companies were chosen on the strength of the “disruptive” nature of their product or... Read More
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Accelerate LI Issues Technology Startups Report

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[responsivevoice_button voice="US English Female" buttontext="Play"] / Go to Source Article FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE MELVILLE, N.Y. (March 25, 2015) – Accelerate Long Island released its inaugural report on the state of Long Island technology startups, offering the most comprehensive look to date at the region’s emerging innovation economy. Prepared over five months, the report is based on data collected from almost 200 local startups in IT, biotech and clean energy and through interviews with more than 75 economic development officials, educators, venture capitalists, and others working to support local innovation. It provi... Read More
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Accelerate LI’s Latest Startup Aims to Rewire Viruses With Software

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[responsivevoice_button voice="US English Female" buttontext="Play"] / Go to Source Article Xconomy Ben Fidler December 16, 2014 Accelerate Long Island seeded its first batch of startups earlier this year, and today it has circled back with its latest investment—a company purporting to use computer tools to whip up synthetic viruses and create new vaccines. Accelerate LI and its strategic funding partner, the Long Island Emerging Technologies Fund, have invested $100,000 total—$50,000 apiece—in a biotech startup out of Stony Brook University called Codagenix. It’s the sixth investment ... Read More
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Codagenix snags $322,000 to fund vaccine research

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[responsivevoice_button voice="US English Female" buttontext="Play"] / Go to Source Article NewsdayDecember 15, 2014 Joe Ryan Codagenix, a Stony Brook biotech company, has closed on $322,000 in public and private funding, including the latest round from a coalition promoting Long Island startups. The company, which digitally simulates viruses to produce vaccines, received $100,000 through a joint investment from Accelerate Long Island and the Lo... Read More
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Accelerate Long Island and the Long Island Emerging Technologies Fund Announce $100,000 Investment in Codagenix Inc., a Stony Brook University Biotech Startup

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[responsivevoice_button voice="US English Female" buttontext="Play"] / Go to Source Article Roslyn, NY (December 16, 2014) – Accelerate Long Island and the Long Island Emerging Technologies Fund (LIETF) made an investment of $100,000 in Codagenix Inc., a biotechnology startup company that is based on Stony Brook University research. Codagenix is located at the Long Island High Technology Incubator on Stony Brook University’s campus.  Accelerate Long Island provided a $50,000 grant to Codagenix from its $500,000 Seed Fund, which w... Read More