How To Ensure Tech Economies Are As Diverse As Their Regions? Focus On Early Talent And Local Funding

May 19, 2023

Four ecosystem builders on two big ideas for bringing more people into local tech. Social justice-minded tech stakeholders often wax poetic on the importance of diversity, equity and inclusion in the majority-white industry. But if intentional steps aren’t being taken to ensure a local tech economy’s constituents look like those in the region where it’s […]

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Emory Collaborates With NeuroFlow To Increase Access To Behavioral Health Services

May 10, 2023

Emory Healthcare (EHC) and the Goizueta Institute are joining forces with NeuroFlow, a behavioral health infrastructure company, to support and improve the delivery of psychiatric services for both patients and providers. The collaboration will also pilot a primary care suicide prevention program. The entities will seek to complement and scale Emory’s new collaborative care model (CoCM) […]

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Drexel, Science Center Provide Funding To Four Philadelphia-Area Minority Founders

May 1, 2023

A joint venture between the University City Science Center and Drexel University is providing its second round of funding to four minority-founded, Philadelphia-area startups ranging from fintech to health care. The Raynier Seed Fund focuses its financing on up to four underrepresented entrepreneurs annually with each receiving $25,000. The startups in this year’s group are […]

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Study: Ben Franklin Grew PA.’s Economy By $6.1 Billion, Created 16,6006 Jobs From 2017 to 2021

April 27, 2023

Ben Franklin Technology Partners generated $400 million in tax receipts for the state and boosted Pennsylvania’s overall economy by $6.1 billion between 2017 and 2021, helping to create 16,006 high-paying jobs during that same period, according to the latest in-depth independent economic analysis.   Since its inception more than 40 years ago, Ben Franklin has now boosted the state […]

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First All-Metal Patient-Specific Instrument In Ankle Arthroplasty

April 23, 2023

Axiom PSR is made of titanium alloy, which means it will have better durability compared to implants made from ceramic or polyethene. Restor3d has received approval from the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for the first all-metal patient-specific instrument (PSI) in ankle arthroplasty. This product, named Axiom PSR, will be added to Kinos Medical’s total […]

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