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Federal EDA grant boosts technology innovation and product commercialization at Eastman Business Park
Rep. Slaughter Secures Economic Development Grant to Fund Energy Innovation at Eastman Business Park
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Join Eastman Business Park and leverage our 100+ years of deep technical expertise in materials science and ground-breaking technologies in a variety of areas including thin films, coating, imaging, and specialty chemicals. Our center for clean technology features a comprehensive suite of pilot tools, technical and analytical support, low-cost facilities, self-generated utilities, and superior services and amenities — all available for the development and commercialization of your products. Leveraging the benefits of this incredible innovation ecosystem lets you focus your resources on speeding your materials to market.
And now portions of EBP qualify for The University of Rochester (UR) STARTUP-NY Plan, where new and expanding businesses can operate 100% tax-free for 10 years. The designated space in Building 59 and Building 320 include a combination of wet lab, dry lab and office space, from spaces as small as 500 square feet to over 10,000 square feet.
It’s all happening at Eastman Business Park.
EBP host OASIS Adaptive Sports - a non-profit organization that provides wounded veterans fly fishing instruction, equipment, outings and support to help them regain their physical and mental health.
The chemical industry’s leading trade organizations collaborate during separate conferences occurring simultaneously Infocast’s 6th Annual Bio-Based & Sustainable Chemicals Summit & InformEx
The Kodak Fire Department at EBP gathered in December to recreate a department photo that was captured 100 years ago.
These observations fit well within the sweet spot we have created for EBP, and our efforts to create an integrated biotechnology ecosystem.
EBP and two clean energy tenants that reside on its campus figured prominently in the 27th annual Industry Growth Forum hosted by the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL)