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Massachusetts proposes Downtown Worcester space in state's Amazon bid

Zachary Comeau |

Massachusetts released its official Amazon proposal on Friday and highlights several Worcester-area features and incentives in a bid to lure the online retailer to the state.

MathWorks donates $10M for museum exhibit

Zachary Comeau |

Natick computer software developer MathWorks will gift $10 million to the Boston Museum of Science, the museum announced Thursday.

WPI lands $1.2M high school curriculum grant

Zachary Comeau |

A research team at Worcester Polytechnic Institute has received a $1.2 million grant to help integrate biology and computer science tools in high school classrooms.

Marlborough tech firm offers new network defense

Marlborough-based network security company Corero Network Security has released a network defense tool capable of defending against physical or virtual threats.

Easter Seals open Worcester assistive technology center

The Easter Seals opened an assistive technology center in Worcester last week to help people with disabilities explore and test technology to increase independence.

ReWalk's soft-suit exokskelton to be tested at Harvard

Zachary Comeau |

ReWalk Robotics will begin testing of its soft-suit exoskeleton for stroke victims, as part of a collaboration with Harvard University.

Moves & Shakers

The Mount Wachusett Community College Foundation, Inc. board of directors has three new members. KEITH D. BOISSONEAU has been with Sterilite Corp. in Townsend since 1997...

Biostage lays off 71% of workforce after delisting

Zachary Comeau |

After being delisted on NASDAQ last week, Holliston biotech Biostage has laid off 17 of its 24 employees, a 71-percent reduction, the company announced Thursday.

Boston Scientific closes on $300M California purchase

Zachary Comeau |

Marlborough medical device manufacturer Boston Scientific has closed on the $300-million purchase of a privately-held California medical device company.

Blackstone Valley receives $456K grant for voke/tech

Zachary Comeau |

The Blackstone Valley Chamber of Commerce received a $456,320 Skills Capital Grant from the state to implement vocational and technical training programs.

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