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$37M Marlborough facility breaks ground; brings manufacturing to the city

Sam Bonacci |

Framingham-based LFB USA has broken ground on a $37 million new construction in Marlborough that will diversify the city's biopharma base by bringing in drug manufacturing.

Computer science needs women

KRISTIN TICHENOR Special to the Worcester Business Journal |

Here's the good news: By the year 2020, the U.S. Department of Labor predicts there will be 1.4 million computer specialist job openings. Here's the bad news: U.S. universities can fill...

Worcester to get new hockey rink

Sam Bonacci |

The two rink hockey facility proposed in the Canal District has been unanimously approved by Worcester's Planning Board, with a groundbreaking set for Friday.

Deep base of biopharma jobs detailed in report


Massachusetts is one of the top states in the nation when it comes to biopharmaceutical jobs, with more than 55,000 people directly employed in the sector.

ReWalk, Harvard to develop new soft exoskeleton

Sam Bonacci |

The Marlborough exoskeleton maker ReWalk Robotics, Inc. has partnered with Harvard University's Wyss Institute for Biologically Inspired Engineering to develop a soft suit system to help those with...

Baker details plan to boost spending on affordable housing


A capital budget set to be unveiled by Gov. Charlie Baker later this month will include a large investment aimed at the need for affordable housing options in Massachusetts.

Developer building new manufacturing spaces in Worcester

Sam Bonacci |

Worcester entrepreneur Steven Rothschild has announced that he will build a 16,800-square-foot manufacturing hub called the Armory Business Center in the South Worcester Industrial Park that will...

Capitol Siding & Home Improvement

Capitol Siding's signature accomplishments in the last two years is its sales team expansion in order to keep up with customers demands, as well as the addition of a service manager.

Manufacturers work together as a success strategy

Laura Finaldi |

Central Masachusetts' manufacturers are collaborating in a number of different ways to boost the bottom line and improve their businesses.

Assumption College launches engineering degree

Sam Bonacci |

Assumption College students will soon be able to get a master's degree in engineering from Washington University in St. Louis' School of Engineering and Applied Science (SEAS) on top of...

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