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Founder of Manchester medical products maker back at helm of company

John Stearns |

Tom Drury, principal founder of a Manchester-based Hydrofera LLC, which makes polyvinyl alcohol foam products for medical applications, and a group of investors have acquired Hydrofera from Hollister...

SS&C's 4Q net up 190%

Gregory Seay |

Windsor's SS&C Technologies nearly tripled its fourth-quarter net on higher revenues for its digital financial-technology services.

CT Children's lands 7-figure gift for inflammatory bowel disease work

John Stearns |

The Center for Digestive Diseases at Connecticut Children's Medical Center said it's received a seven-figure gift that will allow it to expand its research and clinical treatment efforts of pediatric...

Farmington biotech lands $1.1M equity investment

John Stearns |

Farmington-based startup Shoreline Biome said it has secured $1.1 million in equity funding from Connecticut Innovations and other investors to continue developing its kits and other technology that...

USJ introduces majors in medical, computer, sports fields

Patricia Daddona |

The University of St. Joseph in West Hartford said Monday it is introducing five new undergraduate majors in computer science, health science, sports management and bioinformatics.

LindaCare to deepen CT roots with $8.7M fundraise

Matt Pilon | 1

During the summer of 2016, when Connecticut Innovations was scouting Europe for startups to compete in its inaugural VentureClash investment competition, officials stumbled upon LindaCare, which was...

Stamford company launches newborn screening test for 193 illnesses

John Stearns |

Sema4, a Stamford-based health information company providing advanced genomic testing, announced the launch of a supplemental newborn screening test designed to detect 193 childhood-onset diseases or...

Towns need broader access to affordable, high-speed internet

Josh Elliott |

For any Connecticut town to thrive in the 21st century, we need a high-speed, low-cost internet infrastructure that promotes economic development and other benefits.

After bioscience investment, CT Children's eyes innovation center

Q&A talks with Connecticut Children's Medical Center's Dr. Christine Finck, and President and Chief Operating Officer Gil Peri.

New name, new leader for state’s bioscience association

Matthew Broderick Special to the Hartford Business Journal |

This past October, when Dawn Hocevar assumed her new role as president and CEO of CURE — Connecticut's membership association of bioscience companies — she brought more than her decades...

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