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ARMI/BioFab Meeting in the Millyard is set for May 21-23

This year’s BioFab Meeting in the Millyard, scheduled for May 21-23, will further merge the city’s history as a manufacturing leader with the ambitious goal of becoming a leader in the emerging biofabrication industry.

NextGen Resiliency Council board adds 3 members

New board members are Flo Nicolas, co-founder and COO of DEI Directive, who will be chair of the coalition’s Equity Advisory Committee; Heather McGrail, president and CEO of the Greater Manchester Chamber of Commerce, who has supported NextGen’s communications since last fall; and Shannon MacLeod, who as former Mayor Joyce Craig’s chief of staff helped lead the city’s application to the federal Economic Development Administration’s Build Back Better Regional Challenge.

Katelyn Welch named NH’s 2024 Young Engineer of the Year

Katelyn Welch, PE has been selected by a jury of her peers from New Hampshire’s engineering societies as the 2024 New Hampshire Young Engineer of the Year. This distinguished award will be presented February 22 at the annual Engineers’ Week banquet in Concord. Welch was nominated by Structural Engineers of New Hampshire (SENH) based on her record of professional accomplishments, service to the profession and promoting engineering and volunteer activities in the community.

Manchester designated as one of 31 tech hubs nationally

The ReGen Valley Tech Hub—a growing biofab consortium in Manchester’s Millyard led by the Advanced Regenerative Manufacturing Institute (ARMI) that aims to be the hub for creating and growing human tissue and organs in the United States—is one of the 31 inaugural Tech Hubs designated by U.S. Dept. of Commerce across the country in October.

The Rise of Micro-Credentials

While framed diplomas adorning the wall behind you during video meetings may still be a good way to display academic cred, today many are storing their academic accomplishments in the digital world in the form of micro-credentials.

Southern NH Health first hospital in the region to offer AI-powered colonoscopies for enhanced cancer detection

Southern New Hampshire Health announces that it is the first in the southern New Hampshire region to offer enhanced colonoscopies with the GI Genius™ intelligent endoscopy module. The technology uses artificial intelligence to help physicians detect potentially precancerous polyps. Patients can now schedule a colonoscopy with GI Genius™ at Foundation Gastroenterology.

California’s historic microstamping legislation strengthens gun safety laws thanks to NH technology from TACLABS

TACLABS, Inc. and Todd Lizotte, New Hampshire’s pioneering co-inventor of Intentional Firearm Microstamping (IFM™), proudly celebrate the momentous signing of SB 452 by Governor Gavin Newsom, a groundbreaking piece of legislation that mandates microstamping in California. This landmark law represents a significant stride towards bolstering gun safety measures and ensuring a safer environment for all Californians.

The Future of Money: How is cryptocurrency changing the economy?

On this episode of Get Tech Smart, Flo Nicolas talks with Joshua Cyr, Interim Director at the Peter T. Paul Entrepreneurship Center (UNH) about blockchain technology, cryptocurrency, digital wallets and more. They dive into what is changing, the safety measures, and how it is affecting the world’s currency exchanges/transfers.

NewPower CEO Carleton Dufoe named NH Tech Alliance Entrepreneur of the Year

Carleton Dufoe, Founder and CEO of New Power, has been named recipient of the 2023 Entrepreneur of the Year Award by NH Tech Alliance. The award will be presented in person at the annual Innovation Summit taking place on October 17th at the Grappone Conference Center in Concord.