Innovation
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A University of Rhode Island biomedical researcher has been awarded a grant of nearly $10 million to expand research efforts on vaccines and immunotherapeutics at the URI Providence campus. more
The Business Innovation Factory’s ninth annual Collaborative Innovation Summit – BIF-9 – has sold out. more
Academic and medical institutions around the state are collaborating to host the Rhode Island Healthcare Showcase for the exchange of ideas on health care and public health, with a focus on the aging population. more
To all those Ocean State nattering nabobs of negativism, Rhode Island is chock full of success stories. more
Here’s the problem. Say you take a picture and email it to friends and family. And they, in turn, pass it along to another group of eager viewers. What you have is one image copied umpteen times and occupying valuable space in the fast-filling virtual world. more
For most organizations, innovation planning has a heavily internal focus. But for The Rhode Island Foundation, a nonprofit leader of philanthropic ventures in the state, a recent push for innovation started with a clarion call outward. more
EpiVax Inc., a biotech firm in Providence’s Knowledge District, is an innovator in the field of computational immunology, which involves feeding data into computers that apply mathematical approaches to ultimately develop vaccines and defeat disease. more
The bar code – that series of lines marking almost everything you buy – could lead to huge savings for American taxpayers in the near future and perhaps save lives in times of conflict. more
There is no room for error when your clients are charged with keeping people safe. This is what drives Purvis Systems Inc. to innovate at the highest level, giving their clients on the front lines of public and national safety the tools they need to do their jobs. more
In the dry language of the health care bureaucracy, core clients of the innovative Living Rite program are called “dual eligibles.” They are the neediest patients, battling chronic diseases or disabilities, supported by both Medicare and Medicaid. The Living Rite program’s goal is to provide comprehensive and preventive health care to its long-term care clients. This can include people with intellectual and developmental disabilities, Alzheimer’s disease, dementia or with chronic illnesses. These people are among the most costly to the health care system. more
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