Located in Providence’s innovation district within the previous Providence Phoenix space, The New England Medical Innovation Center‘s coworking spot boasts 2,500 square feet that currently serves 20 members. It includes…
Entrepreneur-in-Residence, Roberta Powell’s startup Quantitative 2 Qualitative Health (Q2Q) has been accepted into the 2019 MassChallengeRI cohort. The cohort, made up of 25 early-stage startups, was chosen from over 250 applications from 25 states and 39 countries around the world. Q2Q uses a customer facing application to convert health data into simple diagrams to empower its users to make better health decisions.
Thursday, April 18, 2019 – A Korean delegation from our global partner, Chungnam National University and the Chungnam National University Hospital visited Rhode Island on their tour of well know innovation hubs in the United States. Their goal was to learn about Rhode Island’s thriving MedTech ecosystem and how they can partner with organization, universities, and government entities in the state.
PROVIDENCE, RI, April 9, 2019 – The Foundation for New England Medical Innovation Center (NEMIC) was recognized yesterday as a recipient of the “Real Jobs RI” Implementation Grant to cultivate and educate the future leaders of medical technologies and digital health. NEMIC aims to provide leadership training to small businesses, scientists, researchers, and students in local universities through an all-inclusive MedTech training program with the goal to bridge the gap between workforce and economic development in a key Rhode Island economic segment.
We can count on Bisnow to shine a light on great things happening in Rhode Island. Last year, the group’s “New England Presents” series included a panel called “Investing in Rhode Island.” This year, Bisnow hosted “Providence State of the Market,” which brought together an incredible mix of representatives from the public and private sectors for two panels that talked about many aspects of Rhode Island’s economic turnaround.
By Alex Lash - Septemebr 19th, 2018
Xconomy Boston — [Updated 9/19/18, 3:40 p.m. See below.]Rhode Island, and especially its capital city, have many pieces in place to help a tech-savvy cluster take off: a revitalized downtown with exquisite architecture, thriving food and arts scenes, and a welter of academic centers, including the top-notch Rhode Island School of Design, Brown University, and the University of Rhode Island. The centerpiece is a swath of reclaimed downtown land where a freeway once ran, now dedicated to health organizations and innovation.