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Walking into the common area of Betaspring, the startup accelerator at 95 Chestnut St., Providence, is how emerging entrepreneurs meet. And it’s not an accident that they do so. more
The Slater Technology Fund announced Tuesday that it has re-invested in Charlestown-based power distribution company VoltServer, committing $500,000 as part of the company’s $2 million Series A financing round. more
While the Rhode Island Manufacturing Renaissance Project’s survey of manufacturers in the Ocean State provided a strong dose of optimism when released in May – results indicated manufacturers are ready to add workers and grow exports – backers of the project say their efforts have only begun. more
As electric-car charging stations sprout up across New England, local auto dealers say improving the range and cost of battery-powered vehicles is the real key to improving their popularity. more
Juvenile health, safety and wellness product maker Summer Infant Inc. has acquired the assets of Little Looster LLC, a designer and manufacturer of the Little Looster potty training step stool. more
Q2ebanking, a virtual banking provider for financial institutions, announced its partnership with Providence-based Andera, a financial software company that simplifies account opening and lending for financial institutions across numerous platforms, including from a desktop, in the field and over the phone. more
(Updated, 3:28 p.m.) The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation has awarded a $272,400 grant to the Business Innovation Factory to “explore the ‘connected aging experience’ and identify transformational models for connected aging,” according to the Providence-based organization. more
A new partnership to train new physicians in the patient-centered medical home model as part of a collaborative initiative between Kent Hospital and Thundermist Health Center will be … more
Rhode Island ranked No. 17 on the 2013 edition of U.S. Clean Tech Leadership Index report from Clean Edge Inc., a leading clean technology research and consulting firm. more
Everyone has the occasional bad day at work. When Mary Wohlgemuth, technical director at Naval Undersea Warfare Center Division Newport, has a bad day, it could be because a torpedo is malfunctioning. more
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