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It seems like everything these days is connected to Wi-Fi. Whether it's your phone, TV, computer, thermostat or even your dishwasher, chances are "there's an app for that." So there's also likely to be a company that owns that product and … more
Atrion Inc., an IT services firm in Warwick, created the state's first registered IT apprenticeship program. The program, which lasts a year and pays participants as they go through it, "selects high-potential, entry-level talent and provides them … more
The first two patients in IlluminOss Medical Inc.’s U.S. Lightfix clinical trial for the treatment of impending and pathologic fractures have been successfully treated at the Marshall University Joan C. Edwards School of Medicine. more
(Updated 3:29 p.m.) Ava Anderson Non Toxic is Inc.’s 2015 Coolest College Startup, beating 15 other companies in a March Madness-style competition, according to the magazine. more
Providence College's $30 million School of Business building, targeted to open in early 2017, is tailored to the needs of business students, but will serve the larger campus as well. "We're not building a silo for the business school," said … more
The University of Rhode Island is holding an “Internet-of-Things” hackathon Nov. 13 to 15 for undergraduate and graduate students who will be given a specific problem to solve using modern technologies. more
IlluminOss technology that offers "fracture repair at the speed of light" may soon be available in the United States after nearly a decade in the works. The East Providence company, which has offered what it calls its minimally invasive … more
Stocks at several Rhode Island-based companies are feeling the turmoil shaking up Wall Street. more
A Cherrystone Angel Group portfolio company, Windgap Medical Inc., was awarded nearly $1 million through a Massachusetts Life Sciences Center accelerator loan program. more
Medrobotics Corp.'s accomplishment in developing the first flexible robotic device for surgery has been packed with a healthy dose of not only innovation, but patience. It took nine years – with human trials in Europe and significant … more
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