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R.I. Life Science Hub looking for interim president while CEO search...

PROVIDENCE – The R.I. Life Science Hub is forgoing its previous “aggressive” goal of selecting a CEO this month and is instead planning to...

R.I. Life Science Hub to hold inaugural summit

PROVIDENCE – As the Ocean State looks to establish itself as a stronger force in the regional biotechnology sphere, the recently formed R.I. Life...

Vacant Rubius property generating interest after 1 year on market

SMITHFIELD – Despite remaining vacant one year after its purchase by Boston-based The Davis Cos., the former Rubius Therapeutics facility in Smithfield has attracted...
DOWN TO A SCIENCE: Neil D. Steinberg, second from right, chair of the R.I. Life Sciences Hub, speaks during a panel discussion on the state’s life sciences sector at Providence Business News’ 2024 ­Emerging Industries Summit at the Providence Marriott on March 13. Also on the panel are, from left, Dr. Gaurav Choudhary, medical director of Lifespan Corp.’s Cardiovascular Institute clinical trials office; Justin Fallon, Brown University professor and founder of biotech company Bolden Therapeutics Inc.; and Carol Malysz, executive director of RI Bio. PBN Editor Michael Mello, standing at right, moderates.
PBN PHOTO/MIKE SKORSKI

Panel: R.I. biotech sector has catching up to do

Like most leading voices in Rhode Island’s emerging life sciences ­sector, Neil D. Steinberg doesn’t try to deceive himself on Rhode Island’s standing in...

R.I. in the game on life sciences

Compared with neighboring Massachusetts, Rhode Island’s efforts to grow its life sciences sector are modest. But for the state, the goal is not so...

McKee nominates 3 for R.I. Life Sciences Hub board

PROVIDENCE – The Rhode Island Life Sciences Hub is coming together as Gov. Daniel J. McKee announced three more board appointments Monday. McKee tapped Brian...
A PERFECT PLACE: Daniel DeCiccio, chief technology officer at X-ray technology company Research Instruments Corp., works at the company’s lab on Promenade Street in Providence. The location is a great match for its needs, executives say. 
PBN PHOTO/­MICHAEL SALERNO

R.I. in need of lab space even as demand drops

Just outside of downtown Providence, life sciences startup Research Instruments Corp. is developing a technology that Chief Business Officer Keith Bisogno calls the “replacement...
NEIL D. STEINBERG was officially confirmed Thursday by the R.I. Senate to become the Rhode Island Life Sciences Hub's board chairperson. / PBN FILE PHOTO/DAVID HANSEN

R.I. Senate confirms Steinberg as life sciences hub’s board chair

PROVIDENCE – The Rhode Island Life Sciences Hub board officially has its leader in place. The R.I. Senate on Thursday unanimously approved former Rhode Island...

McKee nominates 2 for R.I. Life Sciences Hub board

PROVIDENCE – The new R.I. Life Sciences Hub board is beginning to take shape.  Gov. Daniel J. McKee on Tuesday appointed E. Armand Sabitoni and...
NINE BUSINESS ASSOCIATIONS across Rhode Island have formed the Rhode Island Businesses for Better Education coalition to support better education outcomes and address major issues, including student achievement gaps.

R.I. business groups form alliance to support education

PROVIDENCE – A collection of prominent groups representing hundreds of businesses across Rhode Island on Thursday formed a new alliance to support better education...
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