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Project to expand broadband access ready to go soon

BOSTON (WWLP) - An ambitious project to extend broadband internet to all of western Massachusetts is expected to be operational in a matter of months.

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Murray, Massachusetts Life Sciences Center Announce Multi-National Research Study on Pre-Malignant Lesions in Throat Patients

JUNE 19, 2012 - BOSTON, MA - Senate President Therese Murray (D-Plymouth), Massachusetts Life Sciences Center President and CEO Dr. Susan Windham-Bannister, and Dr. Ramon Franco of the Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary announced a multi-national research study to develop non-invasive procedures to detect pre-malignant lesions. Finland, Northern Ireland and Catalonia have also made commitments to be part of the study.

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PRESS RELEASE: Speaker DeLeo Hosts Panel Discussion with the MassTech Intern Partnership

Event highlights House’s commitment to workforce development and local businesses.

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Safety, Technology, Anger And Hope

America's patient safety record is a source of embarrassment that angers both clinicians and patients. The right IT tools can help mitigate the danger to life and limb.

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Patriot Ledger Op-Ed - Jump starting a start-up culture in Quincy, Gateway cities - Speaker Robert A. DeLeo & Pamela Goldberg

MassTech CEO Pamela Goldberg co-authored an opinion piece with Speaker of the Massachusetts House of Representatives, Robert A. DeLeo, on how Massachusetts can help start-up companies compete and thrive.

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Massachusetts to Host US-EU Conference on Connected Health in October

JUNE 19, 2012 - BOSTON, MA - Senate President Therese Murray (D-Plymouth) announced today that the European Commission has selected Massachusetts to hold an October conference on the US-EU Memorandum of Understanding on eHealth.

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Computer Programming Events Sweep across MA

Boston, MA - In celebration of Computer Science Education Week, over 100 international partners have come together to promote “Hour of Code”, activities which will provide students with a brief introduction to computer science. The activities are designed to "demystify coding" and show students that anyone can learn the basics of computer programming and become a creator of technology, not just a user.

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