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April 22nd, 2014


  1. Cerora hopes mobile device that identifies concussions will become sports standard

     Automated external defibrillators — or AEDs — are pretty commonplace these days in school nurse offices and on game sidelines. Bethlehem-based Cerora hopes that will soon be the case with its MindReader device. MindReader’s brainwave biosensor data can be read on a smartphone app. The mobile, wearable device measures brainwave biosensor data to help evaluate Continue Reading…

  2. Incubator Graduate Award Winner Viddler Blogs on Their “Wild Ride”


  3. Founder of Summit Steel Featured in Keystone Edge

     Summit Steel and Manufacturing has gone through many changes in its 21 years. The company utilizes many of the latest manufacturing processes — including lasercutting, machining, engineering, powder coating and welding — while serving the aerospace, agricultural equipment, alternative energy, automotive, consumer products, medical devices and equipment, military and defense, recreational vehicles and original equipment manufacturers Continue Reading…

  4. Keeping pace with e-marketing keeps EggZack expanding

     According to EggZack CEO and founder Jon Zack, as recently as 2011 it was enough to have a website and be on Facebook. Today, with the advent of Twitter, Instagram, SnapChat, etc., you’d be missing about 80 percent of your audience by only relying on those two.  Read more: http://www.keystoneedge.com/innovationnews/EggZack041714.aspx?utm_source=VerticalResponse&utm_medium=Email&utm_term=Keeping+pace+with+e-marketing+keeps+Bethlehem's+EggZack+expanding&utm_content=%7bEmail_Address%7d&utm_campaign=The+state's+coolest+workplaces%3b+plus%2c+reinvention+in+Carnegie