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Erik G. Brine was named director of Middletown-based 401 Tech Bridge in December. He’s also a member of the Jamestown Town Council. / PBN PHOTO/KATE WHITNEY LUCEY

Understand your mission

Erik G. Brine | 401 Tech Bridge director After 26 years of national security experience, I’m excited to find myself at the intersection of...

401 Tech Bridge names Brine as center director, Larsen as operations...

MIDDLETOWN – Erik Brine, former director of defense sector research and development initiatives and operations at the University of Rhode Island, has been appointed...

URI students earn funds, recognition at 401 Tech Bridge pitch night

SOUTH KINGSTOWN – Three University of Rhode Island student-led ventures won recognition at the 401 Tech Bridge Entrepreneur Pitch Night earlier this month, with...

Ocean Tech Hub seeking project concept proposals

PROVIDENCE – A federally designated blue tech hub encompassing Rhode Island and Massachusetts has issued its first call for ocean technology projects. The Ocean Tech...
PRESIDENT JOE Biden looks on as Commerce Secretary Gina Raimondo speaks on the South Lawn of the White House in Washington during a news conference in August. The Biden administration is designating 31 “tech hubs” in 32 states and Puerto Rico to help spur innovation and create jobs in the specific industries that are concentrated in these areas. / ASSOCIATED PRESS FILE PHOTO / CAROLYN KASTER

Ocean Tech Hub to highlight blue economy’s range in grant applications

PROVIDENCE – As blue economy leaders in Rhode Island and Massachusetts compete for up to $75 million in federal grant funding, members of the...

Restaurant and bar robotics startup wins ‘Calamari Tank’ pitch competition

PROVIDENCE – Avendly, a startup focused on robotic automation of restaurant and bar jobs, took top prize in Rhode Island Startup Week’s “Calamari Tank”...

401 Tech Bridge to host technology showcase

MIDDLETOWN – Entrepreneurs will have an opportunity to connect with local and nationally based research institutions at a 401 Tech Bridge Technology Showcase event next week. The...
WHAT’S IN STORE: Toyin Omisore, owner of Roam Loud, an activewear and athleisure brand, stands with the company’s products on display at REI in Cranston. Omisore has also sold her products through Kohl’s Corp. and 70 CorePower Yoga studios throughout the U.S.
PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

Everybody’s Business: Fashioning an enterprise that’s a perfect fit

When Toyin Omisore was ramping up her workouts around 2017, she didn’t give much thought to what she was wearing. “But I knew that I...
BUILDING MANUFACTURING: Christian Cowan, executive director of the University of Rhode Island Research Foundation, has helped support the state’s manufacturing sector through his work with Polaris MEP and 401 Tech Bridge. 
PBN PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY

Christian Cowan, University of Rhode Island Research Foundation executive director

PBN Leaders & Achievers 2023 Christian Cowan University of Rhode Island Research Foundation Executive director CHRISTIAN COWAN STARTED his career by learning all he could about...
ON THE EDGE: Selahaddin Gumus, left, and Dana Biechele-Speziale are co-founders of deep-tech startup AtomICs Inc., which is developing molecular-level data storage that allows more information to be stored in a smaller amount of space, more sustainably and for longer periods of time. Biechele-Speziale is holding an aluminum plate that inserts into and is read by the mass spectrometer behind them. 
PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

In R.I., deep-tech firms struggle to find support

AtomICs Inc., a startup founded at Brown University, chases an ambitious concept: molecular-level data storage that’s small and durable enough to revolutionize the market. Co-founded...
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