Photo: (L to R) John DiMillo of NuClimate Air Quality Systems explains the Q Air Terminal to US Rep. Dan Maffei (NY-25) at the Healthy Buildings conference in Sept. 2009. The Q Air Terminal received a SyracuseCoE CAP grant.
The third phase of SyracuseCoE’s research, demonstration, and commercialization “Innovation Ecosystem,” the Commercialization Assistance Program (CAP) awards—established in partnership with CenterState CEO (formerly the Metropolitan Development Association) and the Empire State Development Corporation with grants received under the auspices of New York Assemblyman William Magnarelli—fund projects that commercialize products and services in the fields of indoor environmental quality, water resources, and clean and renewable energy.
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Continuous Access Port Modified Fumehood Retrofit Kit
"Open Sidecar" Data Center Cooling Prototype Systems
Technology Combining UV Light and HEPA Filtration
Q Air Terminal Design Concept
Commercialization of High-Efficiency Biomass Boilers
Grid Electrode Precipitator Commercialization Plan
High Quality Silicon Carbide Epitaxial Wafers
Non-Toxic Photoresist for Producing Organic Electronics
Switchable Molecular Sensors for Real-Time Detection of Bioterror Agents and Naturally Occurring Organisms in Drinking Water
Smart Wind Turbine Blade
Development and Commercialization of Smart Wind Turbine Blades
Large Scale Commercialization of Shrub Willow Biomass
Development and Licensing a Version of a Department of Energy Model that Simulates both Energy Consumption and IEQ
Spencer, MD. Michael
Development of an SiC Epitaxial Wafer Manufacturing Facility
DNA-Based Sequencing Technology
Application of Neural Networks Software Technology
Hospital Environmental Control Units (HECU)