If you haven't heard the big news out of Albany this week, here's your chance to catch up.
On Tuesday, Governor Andrew Cuomo announced that five international computer chip companies, lead by IBM and Intel will invest $4.4 billion dollars in New York State over the next five years.
This news helps cement the Capital Region's reputation as a global hub for innovation in nanotechnology. But is "Tech Valley" ready for the spotlight? And will we see a return on the taxpayer money the state has lavished on big businesses to get them here?
We explored those issues and more on Innovation Conversation: Transforming Tech Valley.
If you missed the broadcast on Thursday, you can watch it here.