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Technology

Investments now target life sciences

A New Jersey venture capitalist told Rhode Island medical technology innovators this month that medical devices and biotechnology firms are likely to get the...

Council urges tech tax credits, research alliance

A council convened by Gov. Donald L. Carcieri last April to come up with ways to strengthen Rhode Island’s “innovation economy” has issued a...

Warwick firm installs Wi-Fi

In this day and age of 24/7 accessibility, a person’s ability to connect to the Internet – to check e-mail, find news updates, research...

Cox, LIN TV static over HDTV

Every Thursday, “CSI” fans across the country are treated to super-magnified views of dust particles, metal scrapings and crime victims’ innards. Those viewers with...

Afferent’s technology improves patients’ balance, study shows

PROVIDENCE – Afferent Corp. announced last week that research shows the company’s technology can significantly reduce sway and improve balance for patients suffering from...

Dental lab breaks ground on $3M Smithfield facility

A North Providence dental prosthetics maker has broken ground on a $3-million facility in Smithfield that owner Richard Napolitano said will be the largest...

R.I. network launching ‘safe harbor’ Web sites

When Hurricane Katrina struck the Gulf Coast, families and friends of the region’s college students anxiously awaited word of their safety and whereabouts. The...

URI nursing students test-drive PDAs

In the first step toward requiring all nursing students to carry personal digital assistants, the University of Rhode Island has bought 100 PDAs and...

MultiCell, Columbia University enter into research agreement

LINCOLN – MultiCell Technologies Inc., which has research labs in Lincoln, announced this month that it has entered into a research agreement to investigate...

High-tech gadgets wired for holidays

Consumers seek iPods, digital cameras, MP3 players Everywhere consumers look – whether it’s the news, promotions or surveys – all signs point to Apple’s iPod...
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