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Want results with your marketing? Get SMART

KHAM INTHIRATH |

When it comes to marketing your business, you need to establish goals to help lead your company toward a specific direction.

Alira Health to double Framingham lab space

Framingham life science consulting firm Alira Health is planning to more than double its lab space on Grant Street from 5,700 to 13,000 square feet.

Saint-Gobain opens life science facility at UMMS

Zachary Comeau |

French building materials manufacturer Saint-Gobain, already with a significant manufacturing presence in Worcester, is now bringing its life sciences division to the city.

RXi partners with Calif. firm on cancer treatment research

Zachary Comeau |

Marlborough drugmaker RXi Pharmaceuticals has begun working with a California biotherapeutic firm to evaluate potential collaborations to create a new cancer treatment.

Sanofi lays off 95 Framingham workers

Zachary Comeau |

French drugmaker Sanofi is laying off 95 employees from its Framingham location.

Study: WPI is fifth-best value for colleges in Mass.

Worcester Polytechnic Institute is the fifth-best value among Massachusetts colleges thanks to its high starting pay for graduates and relatively high rate of scholarships and grants, a report says.

RXi hopes to market dermatology business after landing patent

Zachary Comeau |

Marlborough drugmaker RXi Pharmaceuticals has been granted a U.S. patent for its method to treat or prevent fibrotic disorders, and hopes to market that intellectual property as it continues to focus...

WPI student company wants to help you party

Worcester Polytechnic Institute student Panagiotis Argyrakis' background as DJ, and his passion for music drove him to an innovative solution: an automated party lighting system.

WPI touts record-high number of patents

Grant Welker |

Worcester Polytechnic Institute has set its own new record for number of patents in the past year, with 16 issued.

Kopin Corp.'s Q1 revenue increases 28%

Zachary Comeau |

Wearable technology manufacturer Kopin Corp. increased its first quarter revenue by 28 percent, but still had a net loss of $4.7 million.

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