Updated August 25 at 6:29pm
Innovation
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Sam Spink’s hard work in the chemistry lab has paid off. The South Kingstown resident, a junior at University of Rhode Island, has won a $7,500 Barry M. Goldwater Scholarship, the most prestigious undergraduate national scholarship for students in the fields of mathematics, the natural sciences and engineering. more
Social Enterprise Greenhouse will recognize its 2016 Impact Accelerator participants on Thursday with a free event marking their graduation. more
With in vitro fertilization and embryo transfer remaining prohibitively expensive, researchers around the world have been pursuing ovarian stimulation medications. more
Práctico Innovation is holding its second Innovation Business Idea Contest on Sept. 30 at the South Side Cultural Center, 393 Broad St. more
With a shared goal of keeping alive “American ingenuity,” a group of innovation and manufacturing leaders, including Todd Thomas of Tinker|Bristol, convened at the White House last week for a summit. more
This year's legislative session once again denied any operating funds for the Slater Technology Fund. Just to review, Slater is a nonprofit that makes seed and early-stage investments in local companies. Since its creation 20 years ago, … more
Raul Brauner describes himself as an entrepreneur and engineer searching for the presence of diseases in a new way. Brauner, of Framingham, Mass., is the founder of Bio-Tree Systems Inc., a Providence life sciences company that created and … more
Vaccine innovator Dr. Anne S. De Groot's accomplishments, studies and publications are vast. She has several titles at several organizations. But for the founder, CEO and chief scientific officer of Providence's EpiVax Inc., two skills on her … more
Classmates recently videotaped fifth-grader Ian McLellan articulately describing his problem-solving methods for coding, which schools try to develop through a program that uses popular games such as Minecraft as educational tools. The … more
As the 2016 summer kicks into high gear, some Rhode Island tourism hotspots have gone mobile, with a smartphone that is, driven by the convenience and low cost of using the ubiquitous tool. For the Providence Independence Trail, headed by … more
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