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CT Green Guide publishes Spring edition

HBJ's sustainable business-to-business magazine on Monday published its Spring 2014 edition, looking at the crisis in the waste-to-energy industry, the burden new customers face with natural gas...

UConn boosts research spending 13%

UConn is gradually ramping up its research spending, issuing more patent applications, and earning more money from its licensed technology, new statistics show, a positive sign as the...

S. Korea's $7.5M grant to JAX Labs

South Korea is investing $7.5 million for research at Farmington's Jackson Laboratory as part of a large-scale genomics project, authorities say.

Yale partner expands cancer collaboration

Novogen, an Australian biotech with an office in New Haven, said it will work with researchers at Cornell University to develop its treatment aimed at long-term remission of the most common type of...

Kolltan licenses antibodies from founder

New Haven biopharma Kolltan Pharmaceuticals said it has licensed antibody technology developed by one of its founders and a member of its scientific advisory board.

NanoViricides' losses increase as it develops flu drugs

West Haven's NanoViricides Inc., a development-stage maker of anti-viral therapeutics, said its net loss for the quarter ended Sept. 30 was $6.3 million, more than triple its loss from the same...

UTC honored for energy storage system

The research arm of Hartford conglomerate United Technologies Corp. won an R&D 100 Award from R&D Magazine for its energy storage technology.

Warren Buffett firm opens E. Granby innovation center

Marmon Engineered Wire & Cable in East Granby said it's opened a $1.2 million innovation center that will be used by the 14 manufacturers the company comprises.

CT Green Guide publishes Winter edition

The Winter issue of the Connecticut Green Guide features insight into the solar industry, power outages businesses, holistic eating, and Frog City Fuel.

Enfield's Eppendorf gets infectious disease approvals

German biomedical equipment maker Eppendorf Manufacturing Co. said it plans to ramp up its stem cell bioprocessing research now that it's won state approvals to conduct infectious disease related...

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