FDA Releases Mobile Medical App Guidance

On September 25th, 2013, the FDA released its final draft for Mobile Medical Applications Guidance for Industry and Food and Drug Administration Staff.  The FDA intends to apply its regulatory oversight to mobile apps that meet the definition of medical device and whose functionality could pose a risk to a patient’s safety if the… Read More»

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Startup Labs

Startup Labs 2.0 Launch Party with UVANY Monday, January 6th, 2014 5pm to 8pm The Tech Garden, 235 Harrison St. Syracuse, NY Last year Syracuse became the first U.S. city to host Startup Labs, an intense 22-day program where regional entrepreneurs work to accelerate their business ideas and compete to… Read More»

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Welcome

This month the New York State Attorney General’s office has worked to halt the practice of fake online reviews. 19 companies accused of manipulating online reviews on sites like Google+ and Yelp have been ordered to pay fines between $2,500 and $100,000. The FDA issued rules governing which types of medical apps will… Read More»

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New York State Event

Manufacturing Conference 2013: Resurgence of Manufacturing in New York State October 4th, 2013Two sites: Newburgh, NY for Hudson Valley and Utica, NY for Mohawk ValleyMEDTECH 2013October 7th and 8th, 2013Rochester, NYCornell Entrepreneurship SummitOctober 11th, 2013New York City, NY2013 Electronics Packaging SymposiumOctober 16th and 17th, 2013Binghamton, NYLong Island Solutions ForumOctober 17th,… Read More»

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Small Business Innovation Research Program

The Innovation e-Review intereviewed Marcene Sonneborn, Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) Program Specialist for the Central New York Technology Development Organization (TDO). Sonneborn has worked with companies interested in SBIR funding for over 20 years. According to her there are three things businesses should know about the SBIR program:1. The program… Read More»

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State Actions on Patent Trolls

Patent troll is a term that has become familiar in recent years. The term refers to patent assertion entities (PAEs) or non-practicing entities (NPEs), companies that buy and assert patents through litigation or requests for licensing fees but do not develop or transfer them. Although the majority of patent litigation news… Read More»

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eDiscover Talk in Honor and Memory of Professor Ted Hagelin

Machine Learning for Electronic Discovery in Legal CasesTalk by David D Lewis, Ph.D.3pm Friday, October 25th, 2013Grant Auditorium, Syracuse University College of Law, White Hall, Syracuse, NYThe Syracuse University College of Law and the School of Information Studies (iSchool) are cosponsoring a talk on e-discovery, Friday, October 25th. The event… Read More»

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