As we journey through the M-Corps program, we’ll be sharing lessons from the field, highlights from startups, reflections on the cleantech ecosystem and invites to events. Stay tuned here, and sign up for our newsletter.
We are excited to announce that applications for the third year of the NYSERDA Manufacturing Incubator programs are now live! The two statewide programs, M-Corps run by SecondMuse here in NYC, and Hardware Scaleup run by NextCorps upstate in Rochester, are designed to help support climate tech innovation from idea to market.
Do you know what kind of PPE you need to keep your workers safe?
When COVID cases skyrocketed here in NYC, many hospitals experienced a shortage of PPE; face masks, shields, and gowns that were typically available were suddenly in short supply throughout all aspects of their supply chains. To respond to the crisis, the NYC Hardware Community took action.
A Pursuit SBA PPP Loan Helps Folia Materials in a Changing World
We at SecondMuse stand in solidarity with the Black community including the Movement for Black Lives and Black Lives Matter. While our company was founded on principles of building more inclusive innovation ecosystems and dismantling barriers to accessing them, we can do better.
Bertha Jimenez is just one example of the way the scientific community has deeply engaged with the challenge of food waste: as entrepreneurs, researchers, academics, regulatory policy specialists, or NGO advisors.
2020. New year, new decade, new opportunity to predict the future of manufacturing. Well, not exactly predict, but rather reflect on what we’re learning by our daily work in the field. Last year, we highlighted New York City hardware startups’ rising need for accessible assembly space. This year, we’re going broader to cover three biggest trends we’ve seen emerge as we continue to support startups like you.