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Leading technology hubs like Silicon Valley and Boston often appear to have a stranglehold on venture capital. more
Giselle Mahoney, manager of communications and media relations at Tech Collective, talked recently with Providence Business News about the technology industry association, its various initiatives and how a $7.5 million Ready to Work grant to help unemployed Rhode Islanders recently was awarded to Workforce Solutions of Providence/Cranston and the Workforce Partnership of Greater Rhode Island. Tech Collective will work with the agencies to deliver programs and services to develop Rhode Island’s information technology workforce pipeline. more
The Naval Undersea Warfare Center Division’s “hackathon” resulted in 47 ideas that directly addressed undersea technology challenges, and the winner went to a proposal to enhance submarine stealth dubbed “TORCH.” more
Nortek Inc.’s Linear LLC subsidiary has been renamed Nortek Security & Control LLC, and it will focus on providing “smart home solutions” to everyone from retailers and telecoms to security dealers and do-it-yourself consumers. more
Apollo Safety Inc. a veteran-owned company specializing in safety products and services, plans to expand its technical services division next year. more
GetWellNetwork Inc. has entered into a partnership with Pro-Change Behavior Systems Inc. as an extension of its GetWell Labs research and development initative for hospital patients and their families. more
EpiVax Inc. and Novozymes Biopharma entered into a license agreement for the development of treatments for autoimmune diseases, the companies announced on Monday. more
St. Mary Academy – Bay View middle school students compete in a robotics qualifying tournament on Dec. 6 at The Gordon School in East Providence. The Bay View team qualified for the First Lego League state championship, to be held Jan. 17 at Roger Williams University. The team also won first place for its research project and presentation. Clockwise from bottom left, around the practice competition board: Elizabeth Killian, Kinzie Fairman, Elizabeth Cooney, Sophia Javid, Emilie Lum, Abigail Swift, Giovanna Sgalia, Isabella DeNuccio, Brooke Nyman and Christina O’Brien. more
The Champlin Foundations awarded the University of Rhode Island three grants totaling $421,795 to purchase high-tech equipment to advance education and student learning. 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
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