Dr. Barrett Bready is founder and CEO of Nabsys, a genomics firm. An adjunct professor at Brown University where he teaches biotechnology management, Bready also serves as a commissioner on the I-195 Redevelopment District Commission. Bready talked with Providence Business News about Nabsys’ evolution and goals for the future.
Medtronic PLC, the largest maker of equipment to treat spinal conditions, agreed to help promote Mazor Robotics Ltd.’s guidance system used during spinal surgeries and will take an equity stake of up to 15 percent in the company. Mazor’s stock surged.
Katherine Gordon, managing director of the Technology Ventures Office at Brown University, discusses the mission of the office with Providence Business News. Gordon, who has been in her position for seven years, also talked about how the proposed Wexford Science & Technology innovation center project could lure additional companies to Rhode Island.
Four years ago, MedMates was conceived at a brainstorming session about making economic growth happen in Rhode Island.
David Goldsmith, co-founder of the group focused on providing a voice and opportunities for businesses in the state's …
A key piece of Gov. Gina M. Raimondo's strategy to help create more high-paying jobs is to develop a more robust medical technology and life sciences sector.
Four years ago, a group of businesses in the med-tech sector formed an industry …
For all the fuss over tax inversions and the Obama administration’s efforts to prevent them, shares of companies that were able to plow their inversion deals through to the finish line and lock in all those (some would call them nefarious) benefits have to be soaring, right? Not so for Medtronic.