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SimpliVity sails ahead with strong growth

Sam Bonacci |

Westborough-based SimpliVity has announced continued growth in its third quarter, growing sales by more than 50 percent over the previous quarter.

Unique Boston Scientific stent gets FDA OK

Carol McDonald |

A drug-delivering and self-dissolving arterial stent made by Boston Scientific has received Food and Drug Administration approval, the Marlborough-based company announced.

UMass Medical researchers uncover promising clue to battling HIV

Carol McDonald |

Two teams of researchers at the University of Massachusetts Medical School have studied a key step in HIV-1 infection — and their findings point to a possible way to fight the virus.

Column: Virtual health care, at your service

By William Corbett, MD |

If you have ever suffered with conjunctivitis, you know the symptoms are hard to miss. Itchy, red and crusty eyes are tell-tale symptoms of the common and infectious illness. While not an...

UMass Goes Big on Health Records Tech

By Livia Gershon, special to Central Massachusetts HEALTH |

This summer, UMass Memorial Health Care made a big statement about its commitment to health care information technology when the Worcester-based health care system, the dominant provider...

FLEXcon creates car-tough adhesive for Conn. label maker

Carol McDonald |

Spencer-based FLEXcon announced Tuesday that it has collaborated with Ellington, Conn.-based Action Packaging Systems to create a label resilient enough for oil filter container caps.

eClinicalWorks to double Mass. workforce

Sam Bonacci |

Westborough-based information technology firm eClinicalWorks will more than double the number of employees at its headquarters following the purchase of a 200,000-square-foot property from EMC Corp.

Medical school gets pediatric cancer research grant

Hyundai Hope on Wheels has awarded the University of Massachusetts Medical School a $250,000 grant to fund childhood cancer research.

WPI lab to use NIH grant to study drug design step

Carol McDonald |

When it comes to making medicines, a Worcester Polytechnic Institute researcher is asking, “Can we do it better?” The National Institutes of Health has awarded the assistant professor and...

Patent office rules against Paid Inc.'s infringement claims

Emily Micucci |

The Westborough-based online auction company Paid Inc. has hit a setback in its patent infringement lawsuit filed against e-commerce giant eBay in December 2013 with the U.S. Patent and Trademark...

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