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State and University of Rhode Island officials launched a public campaign Wednesday to encourage voters to approve $45.5 million in bonds to improve engineering education and facilities, and establish a university-affiliated innovation center. more
Flaws with a heart device that Medtronic PLC bought last month as part of a $1 billion deal have been deemed potentially life-threatening by U.S. regulators. more
Steve Heath has been the executive director of FabNewport since July 2015; With a tagline of “dream, design, make,” FabNewport holds a variety of programs for people of all ages to channel their inner maker and create products. Heath talks with Providence Business News about some of the projects and the second annual Rhode Island Mini Maker Faire: East Bay Edition, which will be held Oct. 15 from noon-5 p.m. at the Florence Gray Center at 1 York St., Newport. more
Corporations are looking more closely at how well nonprofits are managed before deciding whether and how much to donate. This is a growing trend we see in our accounting, tax and consulting work for nonprofits across the country. Companies want to … more
Wexford Science & Technology LLC announced Thursday it has become an independent company, owned and operated by its existing management team, that will focus on managing and operating university-focused research and innovation districts. more
After sitting out for most of the biotech acquisition frenzy of 2015, Amgen Inc. is ready to do a deal. more
Justin Savage, CEO of EveryBill in East Providence, talks with Providence Business News about his firm, which specializes in Web-based enterprise payment management software for companies, and how … more
Tech Force Rhode Island has launched the website techforceri.org to help unemployed Rhode Islanders find jobs in the high-demand information technology industry. more
A survey from Robert Half Technology discovered that most people find technology careers attractive due to salary potential, job opportunities and the ability to be innovative. more
In 2015, a total of 42 Rhode Island students took the Advanced Placement exam in computer science. Of that pool, only 26 achieved a score high enough to qualify for college credit. The same year, fewer than 1 percent of Rhode Island public … more
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