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Life Sciences
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The University of Rhode Island's 11th president, David M. Dooley, recently told the graduating class of Rocky Hill School in East Greenwich that a love of research propelled him into college as a student and into a career in education that today has … more
Steve Lombardi has been named CEO and president of Nabsys Inc., a life sciences company pioneering semiconductor-based tools for genomic analysis. more
To Amgen Inc.'s Senior Manager for Manufacturing Jimmy Fleming, the task of ensuring that he and his team are producing a quality product is of the utmost importance – professionally and personally. Fleming's sister is one of the more … more
EpiVax Inc. and Novozymes Biopharma entered into a license agreement for the development of treatments for autoimmune diseases, the companies announced on Monday. more
A Japanese biopharmaceutical company has contracted to begin using a protein-screening interface developed by Providence-based EpiVax Inc. more
Kimberly Kowal Arcand, a native Rhode Islander, is helping the world understand what exists beyond the Earth’s orbit. She works with NASA’s Chandra X-ray Observatory, creating exhibits of the images it captures. more
(Updated, 5:14 p.m.) A Cherrystone Angel Group portfolio business has entered into an acquisition agreement of $140 million with a European buyer specializing in bio-analytical testing and genomic services. more
With heart disease the No. 1 killer of American women, including here in Rhode Island, a new cardiac-care center for women opened in February. Unlike many other cardiac-care facilities, the Women's Heart Health of Women & Infants Hospital treats … more
The co-founder and president of MedMates, Rhode Island’s first health care technology network group, and co-founder and director of an emerging health-tech company, Aspiera Medical, talks about starting a company in Rhode Island and what he expects MedMates to look like down the road. more
IlluminOss technology that offers "fracture repair at the speed of light" may soon be available in the United States after nearly a decade in the works. The East Providence company, which has offered what it calls its minimally invasive … more
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