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UConn Health acquires augmented reality surgical microscope

Joe Cooper |

UConn Health says it's the first in the U.S. to purchase a microscope with new augmented reality computer-generated digital imaging to assist surgeons during complex surgeries.

CT aerospace firms to showcase products at international airshow

Joe Cooper |

Connecticut's aerospace sector will flex its prowess at an international airshow in England next week.

3M merges Wallingford, Meriden offices

Joe Cooper |

Minnesota-based global science company 3M has moved its Wallingford Health Information Systems Division (HIS) team to a recently renovated facility in Meriden.

Farmington biotech hires two more Alexion execs

Joe Cooper |

A Farmington-based biotechnology startup is slowly making a name for itself, not necessarily by any scientific breakthroughs its made -- at least not yet -- but by the executives and scientists it's...

Study: CT workers’ comp. reforms showing results

Matt Pilon |

A change to Connecticut law has led to lower workers compensation payments for outpatient surgeries, according to a recent study by the Workers Compensation Research Institute.

DCP: Walmart Pharmacy first to link drug data in monitoring program

Joe Cooper |

Walmart Pharmacy is Connecticut's first to integrate its prescription drug data into the state's drug monitoring program, according to the state Department of Consumer Protection (DCP).

Middlesex Hospital opens new Essex facility

Joe Cooper |

Middlesex Hospital this week opened a new facility in Essex.

Horizon leads $15M loan to D.C. tech vendor

Gregory Seay |

Farmington specialty lender Horizon Technology Finance Corp. says it led a $15 million loan package to a Washington, D.C., cloud computing and information-technology vendor.

Hartford's new pro soccer team named entering 2019

Gregory Seay| Joe Cooper |

The Capital City's new pro soccer club will be named the Hartford Athletic, as promoters on Wednesday announced more than 1,000 fans have committed to season tickets at Dillon Stadium.

CBIA taps lobbyist Gjede to lead gov. affairs

Joe Cooper |

Connecticut's leading business lobby has named Eric Gjede to lead its government affairs unit.

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