Fracking protests at Pa. inauguration, and Cuomo cagey on layoffs
- Anti-fracking advocates protested the swearing in of new Pa. governor Tom Corbett today (via the Patriot-News and full disclosure, it's written by my best friend's mom).
- Syracuse University's South Side Innovation Center business incubator has picked up $85,000 from Chase bank (via Inside SU).
- The New York Times Wheels blog takes a look at the Tata Nano exhibit at Cornell (we did too – check out Emma Jacobs’ video with interviews of the “unpackers”).
- RIT is co-hosting a two-day summit about "remanufacturing policy" in D.C. on Monday and Tuesday of next week (via PR Newswire).
- Growing your declining post-industrial city by attracting immigrants (via RustWire).
- Cuomo is being cagey about exactly how many state layoffs are coming (via WNED).
- The head of Syracuse's economic development agency says he's expecting job growth in 2011 (via Central New York Business Journal).
- Changing Gears (a Ohio-Michigan-Illinois collaboration, sort of like the Innovation Trail) pulled together this great interactive timeline about employment and industry, going back to 1879.
And in other pubmedia news: missed the conversation about the future of public broadcasting on the Diane Rehm show this morning? Listen here.
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