The 15-foot KitRex velociraptor costume was created by Lehigh Valley entrepreneur Lisa Glover. Glover and her KitRex, a flat-packed kit letting customers build their own cardboard dinosaurs, traveled to the nation’s capital Continue Reading ...
First Electronics Makerspace in Northeastern PA The Carbondale Technology Transfer Center (CTTC), a member of the Ben Franklin Business Incubator Network, is the first-of-its-kind electronics makerspace in the region. CTTC is hosting Continue Reading ...
OraSure Technologies Inc. was awarded a three-year contract for up to $10.4 million in funding from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services to advance clinical development of a rapid antigen Continue Reading ...
Saladax Biomedical, Inc. recently presented results from the largest randomized, prospective dose adjustment-therapeutic drug monitoring trial ever conducted in oncology. The majority of patients saw a significant reduction in the chemotherapy dose with fewer toxic side effects and the same survival rate. Read more: http://bit.ly/1KpnbeR
ProtoCAM is involved in additive manufacturing, a process for making a physical object from a three-dimensional digital model. The company can provide 3D prototypes for nearly every industry. “This technology is going Continue Reading ...
“I’ve always believed you can manufacture in the U.S. and make money at it,” said Lee Batzel, founder of BFTP client Galaxy Brushes. “We found a niche in the energy market with pig brushes, and developed and patented a brush that works better on the pigs. We started marketing it as a cleaning brush for pipelines.” Read more: http://bit.ly/1LNdaq3
Fourteen companies employ more than 120 people at the Wilkes-Barre Innovation Center, a member of the Ben Franklin Business Incubator Network. BFTP clients EthosGen, an alternative energy company, and Vitrius Technologies, a company that specializes in windows that produce heat and increase energy efficiency, are hiring and have expanded on the second floor. Read more: http://bit.ly/1QcGEz2
CEWA Technologies, Wyomissing, is a developer of innovative solar power dishes that produce electricity and thermal energy at a price that is competitive with fossil fuels without government subsidies. The company has partnered with Summit Steel Manufacturing, Reading, to produce solar concentrator dishes. Read more: http://bit.ly/1G2Dleb
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