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UConn's Pratt Additive Manufacturing Center adds new research capacity

UConn's Pratt & Whitney Additive Manufacturing Center has added materials testing and simulations systems that researchers say will advance research and development capabilities at the facility.

Alexion records $165M restructuring charge in 3Q; revenues up

Greg Bordonaro |

Alexion Pharmaceuticals Inc., one of the state's largest bioscience companies that announced earlier this year it was moving its headquarters to Boston, said Thursday it boosted its third quarter...

Travelers rank Bradley 5th best U.S. airport

Bradley International Airport is ranked the fifth best airport in the country, according to Condé Nast Traveler's 30th annual Readers' Choice Awards.

CT ranks 44th in U.S. tax climate ranking

Connecticut has dropped a rung on the latest business tax climate ladder, according to an assessment from the conservative Tax Foundation.

UConn Health docs' $1.9M NIH grant to study aging tissue

Two UConn Health doctors have received a $1.9 million grant from the National Institutes of Health to study possible treatments for aging human tissue that malfunctions.

UConn: State agriculture nets $4B annually

Howard French | Journal Inquirer |

Although Connecticut's manufacturing, technology, and insurance industries tend to overshadow agriculture, a newly released study from the University of Connecticut shows that farms and related...

Jackson Lab to lead chronic fatigue research with $10.5M grant

Jackson Laboratory has won a five-year, $10.5 million grant from the National Institutes of Health to coordinate research on the diagnosis of chronic fatigue syndrome with other researchers at UConn...

Report: Bradley ranks low in passenger satisfaction


In the eyes of travelers, Bradley International Airport has some work to do with respect to customer service.

UConn opens heat research lab

The UConn Korey Stringer Institute in Storrs has opened a new heat research lab.

Survey: Half of Americans say opioid abuse difficult to treat

A new survey by Bloomfield insurer Cigna and the Economist found that only 47 percent of the American public think opioid addiction is treatable, though 70 percent of medical practitioners do.

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