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March 24, 2015

CTNext awards $34K to four startups

The state-backed entrepreneurship program CTNext said it has awarded $34,000 to four Connecticut startups.

At its March 19 Entrepreneur Innovation Awards event in Stamford, CTNext awarded $10,000 each to Tolland’s B2 Products, New Haven’s Bioarray Therapeutics and Bethel’s TotalHousehold.

B2 — which also received an extra $2,000 for being the judges’ favorite — is developing a lever-operated tourniquet to stop blood loss.

Bioarray is developing a test to determine a cancer patient’s responsiveness to early stage chemotherapy. And TotalHousehold is building a payment processing and lead generation IT platform.

South Glastonbury’s Fresh Farm Aquaponics received $2,000 for its online course on aquaponic farming, while the Angel Investment Forum awarded $1,000 to New Haven’s Mentalyst, which is creating an online learning platform.

There were 10 finalists for the grants.

CTNext said it has awarded $250,000 in EIA grants since Feb. 2014.

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