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A national team of researchers led by an assistant professor of psychology at Rhode Island College has concluded a study demonstrating that computer sketching software can provide an accurate, real-time assessment of a student’s grasp of science, technology, engineering and math concepts. more
For their May meetup, the Providence Geeks will host Utilidata, a company using advanced technology to make the electric grid operate more efficiently. more
Associate professor of educational studies at Rhode Island College and coordinator of the Central Falls/RIC Innovation Lab talks about current initiatives and plans for the year ahead. more
Software and application design agency MojoTech last week announced four new hires, as the company continues to expand its team to keep pace with a growing roster of clients. more
Swipely announced on May 15 that it now manages more than $2 billion in annual sales through its payments and customer-analytics platform for local merchants, doubling its sales under management in the last six months. more
Secured Network Services founder and president speaks about what brought him back to Rhode Island and what’s next for his company. more
Global biotech firm and medical supplies provider Covidien joined the National Association of Community Health Centers on Monday to announce the recipients of the 2014 Covidien Challenge Grant program, awarded through a seven-year collaboration that has helped bring quality health care to medically underserved communities. more
Whether it’s Betaspring introducing its latest accelerator cohort, the Slater Technology Fund announcing reinvestment in its portfolio companies, or the Rhode Island Business Plan Competition selecting its 2014 winner, startups get a lot of buzz in Providence – and the rest of Rhode Island. What don’t always get as much attention are the stories behind these startups’ quirky, playful or practical names. The founders of these five local technology startups based in Providence, Pawtucket and Newport shared the rationale behind their companies’ names with Providence Business News. more
We brought Utilidata to Rhode Island because it offered the right space, talent and partners. Here's how we approached a few key decisions. » Pick the best location. Conventional wisdom might suggest high-tech companies should locate in … more
Microsoft Corp. will offer free data- analysis tools and make them easier to use and set up, seeking to attract more business-software customers. more
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