Cut to the Chase Media, is proud to announce their new mobile application - Cut To The Chase™, now available in the Apple App Store. Cut to the Chase eliminates the complexities of finding people you are interested in; so you can quickly and easily connect, converse and meet! The company is currently a Tech Garden virtual member.
Bruce Kingma, Professor of Entrepreneurship with SU School of Information Studies/Whitman School of Management recently met with both TTG members and members of the business community to talk about Capstone and the projects available. He stated the iSchool is looking for projects for the capstone in information management and technology.
Launch New York (Launch NY), Upstate New York’s first and only venture development organization (VDO) to provide pro bono mentoring and capital access to high-growth potential startup businesses in the 27 westernmost counties of New York State, announced it has invested in Syracuse based, tuzag. The co-investment totaling $100,000 is a partnership between Launch NY and CenterState Corporation for Economic Opportunity (CenterState CEO).
Come enjoy an afternoon of drones at The Tech Garden! GENIUS NY is sponsoring Syracuse, New York's first ever Drones Over Downtown event.
Attendees will have the opportunity to fly a drone, network with local drone companies, learn about drone safety and watch live demos and presentations. There will be live music and local food and drinks. The first 50 attendees will receive a free t-shirt and everyone will be entered in a drawing for a drone quadcopter giveaway!
Registration is free, please RSVP online by 8/23.
SkyOp, one of six GENIUS NY finalists, is offering an introduction to Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) course beginning August 1 at CenterState CEO’s The Tech Garden. The 18-hour hands-on course takes students from learning to fly drones all the way through to preparing for FAA certification. To legally operate a drone for any business purpose, FAA regulations now require remote pilot certification.
The Tech Garden welcomes Kenji Yoshino, the inventor of The Smartphone Microscope. In 2013, Yoshino released a DIY smartphone microscope tutorial on YouTube which went viral with over 2.5M viewers.
The Smartphone Microscope extends fundamental scientific observation beyond the laboratory to the palm of your hand, offering anyone with a smart device the ability to peek into the microscopic world with an affordable, easy-to-use microscope.
Spark.Orange, LLC is on the move. The company that started at The Tech Garden in 2013 with two employees in a shared office is moving its headquarters to 2,000-square-feet of space at 301 W. Fayette St. in downtown Syracuse.