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By Natasha Vaughn | Binghamton Press & Sun-Bulletin The New York State Energy Research and Development Authority announced three Ithaca businesses and an Endwell company are among 20 finalists in its $2.5 million clean energy competition. The 76West Clean Energy Competition awards money to clean energy businesses in...

By Brian Sharp | Rochester Democrat and Chronicle Molecular Glasses of Rochester was awarded $10,000 for creating new, low-cost materials for mobile devices that reduce power consumption while providing higher display resolution. Molecular Glasses is a graduate of the NEXUS-NY clean energy proof-of-concept center. [READ] Molecular Glasses...

6 NEXUS-NY Clean Energy Companies are seeing GREEN NEXUS-NY is a proof-of-concept center chartered with accelerating the transition of clean energy technologies from New York’s research labs into the marketplace with educational, business and financial support. “NEXUS-NY is focused on connecting our companies with available capital...

NEXUS-NY portfolio companies continue to attract attention after graduating our clean energy proof-of-concept accelerator. These clean energy companies have ventured on to raise millions in funding. We caught up with a few of our talented founders to get the latest on their successes. Molecular Glasses closes $200,000...

NEXUS-NY is a clean energy startup accelerator chartered with catalyzing the commercialization of technologies discovered by New York researchers. Funded largely by the New York State Energy Research & Development Authority (NYSERDA), NEXUS-NY increases the number of scalable clean energy startup companies within the region....

by Jinelle Shengulette for Democrat and Chronicle   Five months ago, Mike Molaire and his team moved into Eastman Business Park to work on their new venture, Molecular Glasses. The space is very familiar to Molaire, who spent a great deal of time on the same floor of the same...