Push for National Manufacturing Institute in Optics and Photonics is focus of RRPC Annual Meeting


Great re-cap on the 2014 RRPC Annual Meeting- which was a huge success, as always. The push for the national manufacturing institute in Optics and Photonics to be created here in Rochester, NY is stronger than ever and hopefully our dreams will become a reality with lots of continued hard-work to make it happen.

New York Photonics Focus

The Rochester region is lighting the way to an exciting new era of collaboration aimed at fueling innovation and manufacturing in the nation’s Optics, Photonics and Imaging Industry.

Congresswoman Louise Slaughter delivers opening remarks at RRPC's Annual Meeting Sept. 4 as RRPC Executive Director Tom Battley looks on.Congresswoman Louise Slaughter delivers opening remarks at RRPC’s Annual Meeting Sept. 4 as RRPC Executive Director Tom Battley looks on.

At the Rochester Regional Photonics Cluster Annual Meeting held Sept. 4 at the Rochester Museum and Science Center, leaders in business, government and academia called on the more than 200 attendees to join the push for creation of a National Manufacturing Institute (NMI) for Optics and Photonics to be centered in Rochester. The NMI would be part of a National Network for Manufacturing Innovation proposed by President Barack Obama, bringing together the nation’s research and manufacturing sectors in development of new technologies from concept to production, boosting innovation and increasing manufacturing jobs.

Congresswoman Louise Slaughter (D-NY 25th), who…

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Push for National Manufacturing Institute in Optics and Photonics is focus of RRPC Annual Meeting

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