Meet CT’s leading women & girls in science, technology, engineering and math at the 2015 Women of Innovation® Awards!
April 1, 2015
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Breakfast with the Governor
Marcum TT40 companies have breakfast with the Governor!
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From Our Blog
The idea for an entrepreneurial “learner’s permit” in Connecticut — a two-year holiday sparing new startups some regulatory fees and paperwork — is before a...
New Haven and Farmington may be the first locations we associate with Connecticut’s biotech industry, but don’t forget Branford, the shoreline town that has quietly...
Attend on Tuesday, March 31, when Bioscience ClubhouseCT presents Detecting and Clarifying Complex Single-Cell Immunological Data for patients and clinicians at The Study at Yale in...
CTC In Social Media
Body Biolytics is a tech start-up company under formation by MACSEA Ltd of Stonington, CT, focusing on applying field-proven activity monitoring software to the sport/fitness and health marketplace. As a precursor to focusing on human activity monitoring, MACSEA pioneered the development of innovative engine performance health monitoring software within the marine industry. The company’s high-accuracy…
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CTC In The News
Austin McChord, CTC Board Member and CEO and Founder of member company Datto, Inc. continues to make headlines. The sub 30 year old tech “mastermind,”...
East Hartford’s IP Factory is identifying Connecticut’s undeveloped but viable patented technologies with the potential to add jobs and boost the state’s economy, and putting them...
CT Technology Council President and CEO, Bruce Carlson, shared his experiences in the public and private sector in an interview with Bob Moore at TechVoice. Mr....
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