NYS Industries for the Disabled

NSF grant, micro-CT tech has NYIT thinking regionally

By GREGORY ZELLER // They’re cutting to the chase at the New York Institute of Technology, without cutting, thanks to a chunky federal grant. The Old Westbury-based NYIT College of Osteopathic Medicine announced Tuesday that it will acquire a micro-computed tomography machine with the help of a $426,621 National Science Foundation grant. The advanced tech – which reveals internal details of objects on the microscopic level, without dissecting the objects being studied – marks a…


With first national campaign, an even bigger Mission

By GREGORY ZELLER // Sprinting out of the Walk Before You Can Run File comes Dean DeCarlo, who’s landed a first-ever national account for his upstart digital-marketing firm Mission Disrupt Ltd. While the big-time score – developing a national digital strategy for ACCSES NJ, a not-for-profit advocating for persons with disabilities in New Jersey – comes several weeks before the Westbury startup’s second anniversary, DeCarlo and his team took the slow-and-steady route to winning the…