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CT agri-tech maker lands product deal

Matt Pilon |

A South Windsor company that began as a member of UConn’s startup incubator program said it will supply its LED technology to a Las Vegas manufacturer of vertical aeroponic farming systems.

Mobile app guides patients, visitors through new Stamford Hospital

John Stearns |

Stamford Health said Tuesday that its Stamford Health Find My Way application, which helps patients and visitors navigate to the new Stamford Hospital, has been downloaded nearly than 1,500 times.

Wallingford's Z-Medica to provide bleeding-control kits to NYC cops

John Stearns |

Wallingford-based Z-Medica LLC, a developer and marketer of bleeding-control devices, announced last week that it has signed a three-year agreement to equip the New York City Police Department with...

Belgium health software provider opens in CT after state backing

John Stearns |

Belgium-based LindaCare, a software company specializing in remote patient monitoring for chronic heart disease patients, announced today that it will open a new customer support facility in...

State redesigns gov't website with citizens in mind

Patricia Daddona |

Connecticut recently launched a redesigned CT.gov, the state’s official website, to improve functionality and access.

Alzheimer's tech reaches clinical trial

Matt Pilon |

A partnership between a Farmington inventor and an Arizona medical company is progressing with the recent launch of a Phase I clinical trial to test the safety of a medical device that aims to treat...

UConn researchers kill MRSA with tailored chemistry

UConn medicinal chemists have developed experimental antibiotics that kill MRSA, a common and often deadly bacteria that causes skin, lung, and heart infections, according to report in UConn Today.

St. Francis successfully deploys robotic device in liver surgery

John Stearns |

Surgeons at St. Francis Hospital and Medical Center, a member of Trinity Health – New England, are the first across the five hospital system and in Connecticut, to perform a robotic partial...

CT upgrades access to state business data

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An improved search capacity for the Secretary of the State's online business formation data web portal makes information filed with the state more accessible to the public, according to Secretary of...

UConn startup wins CI funding, opens HQ

Patricia Daddona |

A UConn professor's startup, which is developing a new type of heart monitor, has opened headquarters in the UConn Technology Incubation Program in Farmington.

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