Updated January 17 at 6:26pm
Technology
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(Updated 2:15 p.m.) Citing Providence’s “hip vibe” and talent pool, Virgin Pulse, which acquired ShapeUp Inc. earlier this year, plans to expand its Rhode Island presence and create nearly 300 new jobs in the city over the next five years. more
Aquanis Inc. has received a $224,969 National Science Foundation Phase I Small Business Innovation Research grant to develop and test a device intended to improve the efficiency and extend the service life of utility-scale wind turbines. more
Larry Spang is a principal with Arrowstreet Inc., the Boston architectural firm that has designed the new Blackstone Valley Prep Mayoral Academy building in Cumberland. more
(Updated 2:46 p.m.) The Providence-Warwick-Fall River metropolitan area ranked 118th on a list of the best-performing large cities released Wednesday by the nonprofit Milken Institute. more
UnitedHealthcare’s Medicaid patients in Rhode Island may now have their dermatological issues diagnosed and treated more quickly, thanks to remote digital imaging and telehealth technology through Thundermist Health Center, according to a joint statement from UnitedHealthcare and Thundermist. more
Four Barrington High School students were recognized as the 2016 winners of the Congressional App Challenge for the First District of Rhode Island. more
Inspired by its namesake, Roger Williams University has launched a First Amendment blog, focusing on the amendment’s five freedoms – religion, speech, the press, peaceable assembly and to petition government. more
Timocco Inc., which has developed an online skills development therapeutic gaming platform for special needs children, recently unveiled more technology that allows children to practice more complex hand and wrist movements while playing. more
Nancy Lush, president of the Lush Group in Jamestown, talks about the company and its involvement in the U.S. Department of Health and Human Service’s Move Health Data Forward Challenge. more
Gov. Gina M. Raimondo will speak at the CS4RI Summit Wednesday, an event that is expected to draw more than 1,500 students, faculty and business leaders from across the state who are interested in advancing computer science learning. more
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