Pitney Bowes Inc. opened its Global Technology Center in Danbury, Connecticut. The newly-renovated facility will support the Company’s continued evolution into customer communications management (CCM) to help businesses grow by building customer loyalty and increasing profitability through highly-personalized communications.
Hartford Based Genomas awarded $1.3 Million NIH SBIR Grant to bring to market DNA Guided Statin Therapy Clinical Multi-Gene Informatic Product Predicts and Compares Both Efficacy and Safety of Leading Statins for Each Patient
Dr. Steven L. Suib of the University of Connecticut awarded the Connecticut Medal of Science. His research team is working closely with Connecticut company, VeruTEK Technologies, Inc., to clean up contaminated industrial and commercial properties and landfills using microemulsion catalysis that converts hazardous and toxic compounds into harmless materials. His other current research involves synthesizing high temperature ceramic fiber composites used for aircraft engine parts.
CTC's November 2010 News & Events
Getting a ChargeElectro Energy Inc. of Danbury has been awarded an $850,000 Army contract to develop advanced rechargeable batteries for the battlefield that could result in orders for hundreds of thousands of batteries for the military in the next few years. Another Gold Partner in Connecticut for Microsoft Microsoft Corp., has announced that Forza Technology Solutions has attained Gold Certified status in the Microsoft Partner [...]
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