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Cherrystone Angel Group gives early green light to 3 ventures

PROVIDENCE – Three out of seven hopeful innovators received encouragement during a recent pitch night hosted by Cherrystone Angel Group. Seven early-stage ventures, including health...

Tech Collective honors 2019 Tech10 award winners

PROVIDENCE – Information technology association Tech Collective honored its 2019 Tech10 Award recipients, which were recognized for innovation and technology leadership, in a Nov....

URI researchers develop, test new equipment to study deep-sea species

SOUTH KINGSTOWN – Brennan Phillips, assistant professor of ocean engineering at the University of Rhode Island, has made advancements in the field of soft...

Five Questions With: Rob Ulmschneider

Rob Ulmschneider, the new director of business intelligence solutions at Trilix, heads up the company’s newly launched Business Intelligence Practice. His work involves helping...

Polaris MEP invites manufacturers to Dec. 17 cybersecurity training

PROVIDENCE – Polaris Manufacturing Extension Partnership is teaming up with the National Institute of Standards and Technology's Manufacturing Extension Partnership to host a training...

Sensata CEO delivers keynote speech at Mass. global business symposium

PROVIDENCE – Associated Industries of Massachusetts, which serves as the Bay State’s employers’ association, hosted its Global Trade Symposium & Awards Breakfast in Quincy,...

North Kingstown High School rolls out Say Something reporting app

NORTH KINGSTOWN – North Kingstown High School on Monday began utilizing a smartphone app that helps students and staff anonymously report any suspicious activity...

Line between work, life blurs in digital age

Green. Green. Green. Red! Red! Red! If you remember the days of the Blackberry smartphone, you remember its blinking green and red light. Green meant...

Five Questions With: John King

For years, video games have been seen in many circles as a mind-numbing, time-wasting sedentary activity that keeps children – and young adults, for...

Brown team to assemble digital map of African burial ground in...

NEWPORT – God’s Little Acre, one of America’s largest and most intact burial sites for Colonial-era Africans and African Americans, may soon be more...
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