Reinhard Laubenbacher, a cell and computational biologist with joint academic appointments at UConn Health and Jackson Laboratory, is spearheading a new research consortium that will focus on advancing scientific understanding and treatment of pain.

CT scientists want pain research to finally get its due, and funding

Medical science is a noble calling, but it's often extremely competitive, and the next batch of research funding is always top of mind.

An Eversource crew installs a natural gas main in Cromwell. Utilities including Eversource are behind on aggressive goals to convert more people in Connecticut to natural gas as a heating fuel.

CT's natural gas expansion plan well behind schedule

The state's ambitious plan to convert hundreds of thousands of Connecticut properties to natural gas heating is well behind schedule.

A snapshot of Payrailz's  digital tools.

Glastonbury fintech Payrailz readies fall launch of AI-driven personal banking technology

Glastonbury fintech Payrailz is readying the fall launch of its AI-driven personal banking technology.

Legrand makes outlets and other products that allow people to plug in their internet-connected devices. The company is investing heavily to expand its footprint in the growing internet of things marketplace.

Legrand bets on internet of things for future growth

Legrand, which has its North American headquarters in West Hartford, is betting big on the internet of things for future growth.

 
Q&A

AI-driven technology changing banking landscape

Q&A talks with Joseph Gianni, Bank of America's president for the Greater Hartford market, about artificial intelligence and other technology reshaping the financial services industry.

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Executive Profile

Kyriacou prepares last act as Gaylord Specialty Healthcare's CEO

George Kyriacou, who is retiring in December as president and CEO of Gaylord Specialty Healthcare, says his current job has served as the pinnacle of a long career in health care.

Newsmakers

Luria leads CT Council for Philanthropy board as new chair

Kathy Luria sees her new position as board chair of the Connecticut Council for Philanthropy, as the culmination of her career — and life — so far.

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