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DEWETRON technology supporting NASA space exploration

EAST GREENWICH – Rhode Island-based technology is helping NASA break multiple barriers in space exploration. DEWETRON, an Austrian data acquisition systems company with a location...

URI research to assist NASA in studying origins of the universe

SOUTH KINGSTOWN – Micro-sized technology under development by University of Rhode Island researchers may have a massive impact on a NASA telescope designed to...

Polaris MEP joins NASA tech growth program 

PROVIDENCE – Rhode Island manufacturers will soon have access to a wider universe of technology through a “Space Act Agreement” between Polaris MEP and...

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...

Brown University satellite returns to Earth 5 years ahead of schedule

PROVIDENCE – When a Brown University team sent a low-budget satellite into space last spring in hopes of reducing “space junk,” they didn’t expect to...
MULTISTEP PROCESS: ChemArt President David Marquis, standing above the Lincoln manufacturer’s factory floor, says the process to create the company’s popular Christmas ornaments, which number more than 1 million orders annually, involves designing, etching, digital, as well as screen printing and plating aspects.

Signature Christmas ornaments still enticing collectors over 40 years later

(Editor’s note: This is the 12th installment in a monthly series highlighting some of the region’s ­unsung manufacturers that make products essential to the...
FOR GOOD MEASURE: Machinist Dennis Sullivan checks his calculation on an order of spur gears Tracey Gear has just made for a food processing company. 
PBN PHOTO/TRACY JENKINS

THE DAILY GRIND: Family-owned Tracey Gear machines parts for clients ranging...

(Editor’s note: This is the 11th installment in a monthly series highlighting some of the region’s ­unsung manufacturers that make products essential to the...

NASA executive meets with R.I. business, university innovators

PROVIDENCE – A return trip to the moon. Volcanic glass and asteroid samples. Innovative underwater robots. Those are just a few NASA-funded projects in which Rhode Island...
BEYOND OVER THE COUNTER: 
University of Rhode Island College of Pharmacy Dean E. Paul Larrat says there are now more career pathways for pharmacy graduates to enter the health care field.
PBN PHOTO/DAVID HANSEN

URI College of Pharmacy dean Larrat provides communities with the right...

2023 C-Suite Awards Education: Paul Larrat | University of Rhode Island College of Pharmacy dean THERE HAVE BEEN a lot of changes in the pharmacy profession...

Brown students develop low-cost technology to reduce ‘space junk’

PROVIDENCE – More than 27,000 pieces of “space junk,” or nonfunctional and abandoned spacecrafts and other mission-related debris, currently orbit the Earth, according to NASA,...
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