Johnson answered three Business First questions recently about the progress of OmniSeq and the value of commercializing research.
A Feb. 13 ruling by New York’s highest court may allow for photos and other information to be protected on Facebook through privacy settings to be used if they are relevant to litigation. The 7-0 ruling by the New York Court of Appeals stems from the case of a Manhattan woman who was disabled in a horse-riding accident. The decision reinstates a trial judge’s ruling that the plaintiff, Kelly Forman, is required to turn over photos taken before and after her injuries to the defendant in the case,…
Changes big and small are coming to automotive manufacturers in Western New York. Some of that is driven by headline-grabbing trends such as driverless vehicles and fueling systems that run off electricity. Some are more subtle, such as new materials and machines that change products and the way they’re made. “Electric cars still have motors and batteries have to be cooled,” said William Tiger, plant manager of General Motors Components Holdings factory in Lockport, where about 1,400 people…
OmniSeq is starting to turn its potential into real momentum, and leaders are starting to talk about a future with major rounds of private fundraising or an IPO.
Thousands of current jobs in Buffalo can be traced to the Cornell University-owned engineering hub in Cheektowaga, which operated from 1946 to 1972.
The newly appointed of plant managers GM Powertrain, General Mills, Panasonic Corp. and DowDupont Yerkes took part in a panel discussion this morning hosted by Buffalo Business First
If your baby is sleeping in a pediatric crib or youth bed in a U.S. hospital somewhere, there's a good chance that product was built on Grider Street in Buffalo.
The annual Toy Fair in New York City is a big deal in toy circles, as major brands seek to build an early buzz behind their products. Check out what East Aurora-based Fisher-Price has in store.
Gress has been appointed the next executive director at 43North.