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Coping with COVID-19: Bridge Technical Talent

NORTH KINGSTOWN - Bridge Technical Talent CEO James Wright says his technology-services company hasn’t missed a beat during the COVID-19 pandemic. Five years ago, he...
ENGINEERED YARNS: Jim Owens is a principal at Nautilus Defense LLC, a Pawtucket-based company that uses functional braided composite yarns and threads in defense-related products. / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

For Nautilus, naval tech can serve other purposes

Nautilus Defense LLC’s first connection with the U.S. Navy took place before the company was founded, when Jim Owens had an opportunity to work...
CREATIVE CAPITAL: Margaret Hartigan, co-founder and CEO of Marstone, a digital financial platform with offices in Providence, speaks with Benjamin Baker, head of sales. Hartigan says she chose to base her company in Providence because of the “incredible level of creativity and diversity here.” / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

Hartigan’s fully invested in fintech firm she created

Margaret Hartigan found a lot to like about Providence. Hartigan, the co-founder and CEO of the financial-technology company Marstone Inc., is a New Hampshire native...

Providence Public Library receives $100K grant from Verizon to support digital...

PROVIDENCE – Providence Public Library and its programming will be getting a large monetary boost, thanks to its technology neighbor residing across the street...
Thorne Sparkman joined Slater in 2000 as executive director of what was then known as the Slater Center for Interactive Technologies. He focuses on the earliest stage of company creation, including working with university-based teams commercializing research. / PBN PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY

Support the founders

Thorne Sparkman | Slater Technology Fund managing director As a seed-stage investor, I spend countless hours discovering and courting entrepreneurs, because the founders of today’s...

Be realistic on renewable energy

Gov. Gina M. Raimondo in her State of the State speech said she wants to make Rhode Island the first state in the country...
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Making the case for STEAM, not STEM

If you looked up at the sky on Oct. 19, 2019, you might have caught sight of history being made somewhere among the stars....

How second-tier U.S. cities catch the superstars

For the past three decades, one of the central stories in the U.S. economy has been the rise of superstar cities. As the country...

Line between work, life blurs in digital age

Green. Green. Green. Red! Red! Red! If you remember the days of the Blackberry smartphone, you remember its blinking green and red light. Green meant...

The Wolf School’s Conference To Explore Technology’s Impact On Children

On November 2, 2019, the public is invited to attend The Wolf School’s 5th annual Complex Learners Conference to explore technology’s impact on children,...

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