SUNY Incubators are Catalysts
SUNY business incubators are an important element of New York’s economic development agenda. Strategically placed throughout the state, they provide space and access to scientists, facilities, and research equipment that nurture spin-offs. Many of these new companies are established by faculty entrepreneurs seeking to commercialize their SUNY-based innovations.

Advanced Biotechnology Incubator
With 50,000 square feet of affordable space, this incubator at SUNY Downstate Medical Center is just the second such facility in all of New York City. It has attracted ImClone Systems Inc. as its anchor tenant and model for success.


Broad Hollow Bioscience Park
Developed on the campus of Farmingdale State College in conjunction with Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, this 63,000-square-foot facility nurtures young biotech firms. OSI Pharmaceuticals, a leading biopharmaceutical company, is the park’s anchor tenant.

Calverton Business Incubator
Managed by Stony Brook University and reflecting the traditional strengths of the East End of Long Island, this 15,000-square-foot incubator will nurture the development of new agriculture, aquaculture, and environmental technologies.

Clean Energy Incubator
Designated by the Department of Energy National Renewable Energy Laboratory, Albany NanoTech has worked with over 25 energy and environmental companies, resulting in private, federal and state investments exceeding $35 million.

High-Technology Biotech Business Incubator
Offering over 330,000 square feet of rentable space in the University at Albany’s main East Campus research building, this incubator is creating a venue that maximizes the Capital Region’s research and development strengths.

Long Island High Technology Incubator (LIHTI)
Located on the Stony Brook University campus, LIHTI is New York’s most successful incubator. LIHTI reached full occupancy within six months of opening in October 1992. By the end of 2003, 44 companies had successfully graduated from the program and were still in business, generating more than $2.5-billion into the national economy.


Nanotechnology Business Incubator
Part of Albany NanoTech, this incubator provides start-up company tenants with a platform that lowers cost and minimizes risk while leading to the formation of strategic alliances resulting in leveraged financial investment, faster time to market and global market penetration.

Stony Brook Software Incubator
Occupying 6,000 square feet on the Stony Brook University campus, this incubator provides an ideal setting for the start-up and successful growth of the next generation of software developers and manufacturers.

UB Technology Incubator
Created to support the establishment of new technology-intensive businesses, this 40,000-square-foot incubator at University at Buffalo has been home to 57 technology start-up companies. About 70 percent are still in business today. This incubator has been responsible for the generation of aggregate annual revenues in excess of $61 million.