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'Innovation Places' contest draws millions in private investment

Matt Pilon |

Two teams made up of well-known Greater Hartford companies, colleges, nonprofits and other institutions last week aired plans to invest millions of dollars in new economic development initiatives...

Kaman touts relaunch of K-MAX helicopters

Patricia Daddona |

Bloomfield-based Kaman Aerosystems' relaunched K-MAX helicopter made its first successful flight on May 12, a debut to be followed up with the delivery of two helicopters to China.

Alexion, San Diego institute partner to diagnose critically-ill infants

Patricia Daddona |

Drugmaker Alexion Pharmaceuticals Inc. and the San Diego-based Rady Children's Institute for Genomic Medicine are collaborating to accelerate the diagnosis of critically-ill newborns with rare...

CT manufacturers say more training programs needed to fill worker shortage

Patricia Daddona |

More training beyond what manufacturers are already doing needs to be put in place to enable employers to fill 13,600 job openings by 2018, according to a new survey spearheaded by the Connecticut...

Enfield's STR Holdings works to recover from 1Q losses

Patricia Daddona |

Based on millions of dollars in first-quarter losses, Enfield's STR Holdings Inc. said it is reorganizing and could shut its doors as it works to recover nonpayment from at least three clients in...

How one CT company puts innovation into action

Ken Cook |

I've been curious of late as to the impact innovation has on a company's operations and profitability. In a very unscientific way I looked at one company I know to see what was going on.

CT preps for driverless cars

John Stearns |

Connecticut lawmakers are considering legislation to allow testing of driverless vehicles in up to four municipalities to help the state determine how best to prepare for the cars' seemingly...

Cromwell's Biological Industries inks stem-cell training pact with Calif. Institute

Patricia Daddona |

Cromwell-based Biological Industries USA is partnering with a Monrovia, Calif.-based nonprofit stem cell institute to provide training for aspiring young scientists.

W.Htfd.'s Legrand buys NY cabinet manufacturer

Patricia Daddona |

West Hartford electrical and building systems manufacturer Legrand says it has bought a New York company that designs and makes cabinets, racks and air containment systems for data centers and...

Quinnipiac University President Awarded First-Ever Edward Netter Award

John Lahey, president of Quinnipiac University, was honored at the Alliance for Cancer Gene Therapy's Anniversary Gala with the first ever Edward Netter Award for Business and Industry...

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