The Long Island High Technology Incubator is a non-profit business incubator that supports early-stage, high-tech companies to enhance their opportunity for development and growth. LIHTI is affiliated with Stony Brook University and the Medical Center. In its 16 years of operation, the incubator has housed over 70 companies, which have had a high survival rate upon graduating from the program. http://www.lihti.org/
Broad Hollow Bioscience Park, Inc. (BHBP) is a not-for-profit entity located on the campus of Farmingdale State College (SUNY) which is designed to support early-stage companies with a need for wet laboratory space. BHBP is composed of 102,500 square feet of space in two facilities, with planned expansion to include a new multi-tenant facility. http://www.farmingdale.edu/academics/centers-institutes/broad-hollow-bioscience-park/index.shtml
Harlem Biospace provides up to 24 competitively-selected, early-stage life science companies access to affordable wet lab, microbench space, specialized laboratory equipment, mentorship, business support, and programming. The Harlem Biospace is located at 423 West 127th Street in a 2,300 SF ground-floor space near Columbia University, Columbia’s new Manhattanville campus, and City College, and is easily accessible to New York City’s major academic and research institutions. http://harlembiospace.com/
We are able to facilitate access to a broad range of research facilities at Stony Brook University and elsewhere in New York State. Center staff assists companies in identifying appropriate Stony Brook faculty for consultation, contract research, or collaborative relationships from the more than 650 life science, chemistry, and biomedical faculty on campus. Corporate and academic scientists have access to world class research facilities and services associated with a world class institution. Please call 631-632-8521 for more information.
The Long Island Bioscience Hub (LIBH) is an NIH-designated Research Evaluation and Commercialization Hub (REACH), one of only three such Hubs in the nation. It represents a partnership between the Center for Biotechnology, Stony Brook University, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, and Brookhaven National Laboratory. The REACH network of commercialization Hubs includes University of Louisville (UofL-ExCITE), University of Minnesota (MN-REACH), and the Long Island Bioscience Hub (LIBH). The network can facilitate access to specialized facilities and expertise to advance development of academic-based technologies toward commercial goals. Access to these facilities and expertise is coordinated through the individual Hubs on a case by case basis. Click here for a list of specialized facilities and resources.