FuzeHub Ask the Expert w/MedTech Board Member, Elisabeth Cain

FuzeHub, serving manufacturers in New York State, and a great partner of MedTech, recently sat down with MedTech Board member, Elisabeth Cain. Elisabeth is the Business Development Manager at Clarkson University’s Center for Advanced Materials Processing (CAMP), one of 15 NYSTAR-funded Centers for Advanced Technology (CATs). 

Kudos to the FuzeHub team and to Elisabeth!
 Q: Please tell us about CAMP and its mission.A: CAMP was established in 1987 because of Clarkson’s very strong reputation and performance in particles, dispersions, and surface science, specifically chemical mechanical planarization (CMP). We’ve had four performance-based contract renewals as a CAT since then. We’re still engaged in CMP, but CAMP, in general, engages in research collaborations with New York companies ranging from startups to global manufacturers. We help them achieve their R&D goals, specifically around advanced materials design and processing. Our mission is to achieve excellence in applied research and provide manufacturers with the expertise to improve their products and materials performance—to solve manufacturing challenges while at the same time lowering costs and the risks involved.
It’s really about promoting economic development. We work throughout the state with MEP partners, economic development partners, innovation centers, and other NYSTAR-funded research institutions. Over the past decade, CAMP has helped New York State companies achieve $245 million in self-reported economic impact. We also help to create and retain jobs with the work that we do.

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