New York College of Health Professions

No. 272: Stalin says hello, MSC Industrial rides the momentum and understanding why Central Islip needs two Marriotts

Well done: Congratulations, true believers – it’s Friday and you made it! For successfully completing 2018’s first five-day workweek, approximately 37 percent of you (according to a Bloomberg study) will now enjoy a three-day weekend. Seems U.S. businesses treat Martin Luther King Jr. Day, a federal holiday, about the same as President’s Day, insofar as paid vacations. (Schools, banks and stock markets get it right). All hail: However your weekend shapes up, today, Jan. 12,…


With new patent, Syosset school stacks the holodeck

By GREGORY ZELLER // Real-world holograms are closer than you maybe thought – and a new, potentially lucrative U.S. patent might keep a Long Island college ahead of the holographic-entertainment curve. Syosset-based New York College of Health Professions, a circa-1984 nonprofit private college chartered by the state Board of Regents, has landed U.S. Patent No. 9,693,140, covering technology that could turn traditional wireless speakers into holographic emitters straight from the Starship Enterprise. The not-quite-perfected tech…