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
As part of the SHALE INSIGHT 2015 Conference, the Marcellus Shale Coalition’s (MSC) Research Collaborative will host the annual Technology Showcase, which provides suppliers of emerging technologies the opportunity to introduce their Continue Reading ...
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
B. Braun Medical Inc. received U.S. Food and Drug Administration approval to offer broad-spectrum intravenous antibiotics in its DUPLEX® Container. DUPLEX® is designed to simplify intravenous delivery, minimize the potential for medication errors, eliminate the pharmacy labor component of IV delivery, and reduce drug waste. Read more: http://bit.ly/1dkASzh
Now that nanotechnology has entered the mainstream, the ninth annual Lehigh Nanotech Network conference on May 20 at Ben Franklin TechVentures’ Innovation Institute focused on discussions of the applications for advancing the technology to grow businesses. Read more: http://bit.ly/1HtE31m
OraSure Technologies is competing to develop the go-to Ebola diagnostic test that can be deployed quickly to screen patients at hospitals, clinics, or even people crossing borders. Working with the Centers for Continue Reading ...
In 1987, Ray Glemser founded Glemser Technologies Corp., which provides software and advisory services for life science companies to use in organizing their documentation to comply with government regulations. Now the company serves pharmaceutical clients throughout North America and Europe. Read more: http://bit.ly/1cAKwgm
Where do innovative ideas come from? Why do angel investors back innovative companies and/or technologies? Why is it important that PA invest in innovative technologies? Speakers: Dr. Kathryn Worrilow, CEO, LifeAire Systems; Al Stubbmann, Lehigh Valley Angel Investors; Wayne Barz, Manager of Entrepreneurial Services, BFTP; Moderated by: Anthony Durante, Program Manager, Allentown Economic Development Corporation. Register: http://bit.ly/1KBMjfW
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