The New York University Incubators are the first public-private partnership with New York City tasked with creating a sustainable incubation program focused on increasing the success rate of new ventures and generating positive economic impact.

Urban Future Lab

Located on the top floor of 15 MetroTech in the Brooklyn Tech Triangle, the UFL will offer exhibitions, lectures, training sessions, meetings, and other events for an engaged audience of decision-makers and trade groups.

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Varick Street

The incubator shortens the time from innovation to impact, and provides the guidance, expertise, and resources that start-ups need to grow into scalable ventures that bring economic growth to the greater New York area.

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City-sponsored business incubator to support the development of technology startup businesses in Brooklyn.

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Helps clean technology and renewable energy companies in New York City grow, advancing the City as a role model for environmental sustainability and smart growth.

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Mentor Program

Introduces NYU alumni, entrepreneurs, domain experts, and investors to startups from the School of Engineering Incubators.

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Skill-based Program for Incubator Knowledge and Employment is a graduate-level internship program designed to empower students with the knowledge and experience needed to thrive in startup and professional environments.

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Veteran Entrepreneur Training

A pioneering program for Veterans who want to transition from Military Life into the Technology Industry.

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NYC Media Lab

A consortium comprised of New York City Economic Development Corporation, New York University, Columbia University, The New School, CUNY, and Pratt Institute, NYC Media Lab's goals include generating research and development, knowledge transfer, and talent development across all of the city’s campuses.

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NYC Seed

NYC Seed is providing the funding, mentoring, and support to create the next generation of tech companies in New York City.

It is a partnership between NYU Tandon School of Engineering, the New York City Investment Fund, the New York State Foundation for Science, Technology and Innovation, and several other private and public organizations.

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