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Grant to help Ocata develop new treatment

Ocata Therapeutics of Marlborough has been awarded a federal grant to help pay for further preclinical development of a potential treatment for two forms of lupus, representing a new potential...

FDA approves Boston Scientific stent system

Boston Scientific of Marlborough has received Food and Drug Administration approval for its Innova stent system for treatment of patients with peripheral artery disease.

Lenovo lines up SimpliVity platform in IT server

Rick Saia |

SimpliVity of Westborough and the Chinese computer hardware manufacturer Lenovo have agreed to a deal in which SimpliVity's data virtualization technology will be included with some of Lenovo's...

Ocata of Marlborough secures up to $10M in loans

Marlborough-based Ocata Therapeutics has secured up to $10 million in financing to push toward commercialization of a drug to treat forms of macular degeneration, the company announced Wednesday.

UMass Memorial adds to growing client list of health records vendor


UMass Memorial Health Care said in June that it would invest $700 million to upgrade its electronic health records (EHR) system to improve the accuracy and availability of patient data.

Data storage firm evolves with user needs

Rick Saia |

Most companies know about the importance of data storage, but they may not be aware of how it all works or their best options to back up data. ExaGrid Systems, of Westborough, is carving out its...

HART losses widen as it pushes toward product trials

Rick Saia |

Life sciences firm Harvard Apparatus Regenerative Technology of Holliston, which is developing bioengineered organs for life-threatening conditions, lost nearly $4.5 million during the second quarter...

QCC, MIT tapped for national photonics push

Carol McDonald |

Quinsigamond Community College (QCC) will be a partner in a $600 million national effort to boost training in photonics, a discipline that studies and uses light for electronics and other...

Holliston firm, Conn. hospital to work toward kids’ cure

Life sciences firm Harvard Apparatus Regenerative Technology of Holliston will work with a Connecticut hospital to develop a way to fix or replace a child’s esophagus to treat life-threatening...

Ocata makes research gains, cuts net loss in 2Q

Life sciences firm Ocata Therapeutics of Marlborough, working toward commercialization of a drug to treat a form of macular degeneration, substantially lowered its net loss for the second quarter,...

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