Growth, decline, deals mark 2016

LIGHTING THE WAY: IlluminOss Medical's pioneering technology, which uses light-hardened polymers in a minimally invasive technology to repair broken bones, got one step closer to FDA approval, as it started its first U.S. clinical trials in 2016. Manny Avila, president and CEO of the East Providence company, speaks with Amy O. Berman, vice president of clinical affairs. / PBN FILE PHOTO/ MICHAEL SALERNO
LIGHTING THE WAY: IlluminOss Medical's pioneering technology, which uses light-hardened polymers in a minimally invasive technology to repair broken bones, got one step closer to FDA approval, as it started its first U.S. clinical trials in 2016. Manny Avila, president and CEO of the East Providence company, speaks with Amy O. Berman, vice president of clinical affairs. / PBN FILE PHOTO/ MICHAEL SALERNO
Nabsys back in business, Carousel Industries of North America Inc. acquires Atrion Inc., GE Digital opens in Providence, Towerstream Corp. is delisted from the Nasdaq and Swipely gets a new name – Upserve. These were some of the biggest technology stories in 2016, a year that also saw Canton, Mass.-based Reebok collaborate with footwear-component supplier…
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