Big Tech Investment in New York Will Benefit SUNY

September 28, 2011

Five major technology companies have agreed to a series of investments in facilities and research in New York State, in a deal that will bring billions of dollars and hundreds of jobs to the state -- with big gains for the State University of New York. Governor Andrew M. Cuomo announced the deal Tuesday and said that the state will spend $400 million over the next five years in the SUNY College for Nanoscale and Science Engineering, in Albany. That college is expected to see significant job growth, as is the SUNY Institute of Technology, in Utica.

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