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NUWC Division Newport engineer part of D.C. leadership program cohort

NEWPORT – Naval Undersea Warfare Center Division Newport engineer Travis A. McCune, former head of Undersea Warfare Mission Engineering, was accepted into the Department...

Five Questions With: Darren Bathgate

Darren Bathgate is a technical architect at Kenzan, a software engineering and professional services company in Pawtucket. With a master’s degree in information technology...

Rocky’s Ace Hardware offers online shopping

SMITHFIELD – Rocky’s Ace Hardware, which has a store in Smithfield as well as Massachusetts communities such as Fairhaven and Fall River, now offers...

Apollo Safety pursues certification, grows relationship with Industrial Scientific

FALL RIVER – Apollo Safety, a provider of gas-detection products and services for hospitals, universities, government operations and others, is expanding its relationship with...

Tech Collective offers ‘absolute beginners’ class on SQL Aug. 22

PROVIDENCE – Introduction to SQL, or structured query language, which is used to communicate with a database, will be offered Aug. 22 from 6:30-9:30...
KRISTYN M. GLENNON was hired last spring as vice president, Banking Secrecy Act/Anti-Money Laundering officer at BayCoast Bank in Swansea. / COURTESY BAYCOAST BANK

Five questions with: Kristyn M. Glennon

Kristyn M. Glennon is the vice president, Banking Secrecy Act/Anti-Money Laundering officer at BayCoast Bank, a community bank headquartered in Swansea and serving southeastern...
UNIVERSITY OF MASSACHUSETTS Dartmouth Associate Professor Tim Shea is developing a 'Food Finder' website and smartphone app to help southeastern Massachusetts residents find locations that provide food assistance. / COURTESY FOODFINDER.SEMAFOODSECURITY.COM

UMass Dartmouth professor creating app, website to help curb food insecurity

DARTMOUTH – A University of Massachusetts Dartmouth professor is hoping to bridge the hunger gap in southeastern Massachusetts through a smartphone app and a...

Five Questions With: Eric Rosen

Eric Rosen may have graduated from Brown University in the spring, but his tenure with the Ivy League school is not over. Rosen, who...
PROBLEM-SOLVERS: University of Rhode Island assistant professor of mechanical engineering Gretchen Macht and a team of student researchers are using a state grant this summer to design something that would improve voter wait times, using queuing theory and facilities layout. From left, URI graduate students in system engineering Nicholas Bernardo, of North Haven, Conn., and James Houghton, of Holtsville, N.Y.; Macht; and URI mechanical engineering junior Ahmad Siddiqi, of Lincoln.
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When opinions won’t solve the problem

Engineers are problem-solvers. But is there an engineering solution to long lines at the voting precincts? A professor of industrial and systems engineering at...

Protect against identity theft

You cannot pick up a newspaper or turn on the television without learning about a data breach that’s affected millions of consumers.This was the...
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