Scientists doing research in cutting-edge areas such as transgenic technology, stem cells, growing human organs, and in-vitro fertilization need media in which to grow tissue. BFTP/NEP client and TechVentures resident company, H.B. Continue Reading ...
BFTP client EggZack and Spindle, Inc. (OTCQB: SPDL) will initially launch a bundled suite of services, including Point-of-Sale, payment processing, mobile couponing and beaconing programs, and local marketing and listing services to companies in the Phoenix, Arizona metro. Spindle will also invest in EggZack to provide capital to accelerate market rollout. Read more: http://bit.ly/1MVzkcd
BFTP client Effort Foundry, Bath, was featured in a manufacturing video that earned the Viewers’ Choice Award in a regional video contest among 22 schools. The Northampton Area School District team produced the video that won top honors. Read more: http://bit.ly/1FXLmzW
Globally, renewable energy is near a tipping point. It is poised to move from subsidized, regulated alternative energy to clean, green, renewable energy able to compete head-to-head with fossil fuels and nuclear power based on price – with or without subsidies. Read more: http://bit.ly/1LvKAZh
LifeAire Systems was one of ten Pennsylvania companies selected to participate in the Arab Health conference recently held in Dubai. Arab Health is the second largest healthcare conference in the world, specifically focused on all aspects of the global healthcare market. Read more: http://lifeaire.com/news
“There is a full spectrum of assistance here in the Lehigh Valley’s entrepreneurial ecosystem and the most important aspect of that spectrum is how all of us work together to focus on the success of the client,” said BFTP/NEP’s Wayne Barz. Architrep started at BF TechVentures and is featured in the LVEDC e-newsletter: http://bit.ly/1Cg5goh
Specializing in green microlasers for various applications, products for the military and newer products that Brown has invented and developed, Snake Creek Lasers has garnered acclamation for its quality and customer service. Read more: http://bit.ly/1Bb37ah
Ben Franklin alumnus Bally Ribbon Mills showcased the advanced woven thermal protection systems it is producing for the National Aeronautics and Space Administration’s Orion spacecraft. A NASA Administrator visited Bally and toured the facility that is making products geared to extend human and robotic presence throughout the solar system. Read more: http://bit.ly/14RaTuk
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