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Hopkinton offices sell for $2.2M

A 21,000-square-foot office building on South Street in Hopkinton near Dell EMC has sold for $2.2 million.

Biostage scores $4M private investment, eyes turnaround

Zachary Comeau |

Two months after laying off more than 70 percent of its workforce and being delisted from Nasdaq, Holliston biotech Biostage announced on Thursday a $4-million private investment.

Framingham State to launch biotech MBA program

Grant Welker |

Framingham State University will start a new master in business administration degree program next fall, a concentration on biotechnology.

Medical device tax to return

State House News Service |

The failure of Republicans in Congress this year to repeal the Affordable Care Act means that a controversial tax on medical device sales will return in 2018 unless legislators intervene in the next...

Worcester's LakePharma plans Mass. expansion

Grant Welker |

LakePharma, a biologics company with a laboratory in Worcester, has raised $30 million to open additional locations in Massachusetts and its home state of California.

Central Mass. receives $40,000 grant for paid STEM internships

The Central Massachusetts Workforce Investment Board and the city of Worcester are one of five recipients of $200,000 in state grants to help increase internship opportunities in STEM fields for high...

WPI app aims to stop overeating

Grant Welker |

An app being developed by researchers at WPI and the University of Connecticut tracks eating patterns and provides reminders aimed at helping to stop overeating.

Boston Scientific receives FDA approval for Parkinson's implant

Brad Kane |

The U.S. Food & Drug Administration has approved a new brain-stimulation Parkinson's disease implant from Marlborough medical device manufacturer Boston Scientific, the company announced Monday.

Marlborough's RXi collaborates with German biotech

RXi Pharmaceuticals Corp., a Marlborough clinical-stage company, has entered into a research collaboration with a German biotechnology company, Medigene.

Westborough firm is in business to destroy

Brad Kane |

Fifty years ago, Len Rosen founded Security Engineered Machinery, providing destruction for top-secret government documents and commercial clients.

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