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Lori Valigra

Senior Writer | Content Specialist
207-761-8379 ext.333
Lori Valigra, a senior writer for Mainebiz, has written about science, technology, and business for both general and specialty news outlets in the United States, Europe and Asia. She has been involved in several publishing startups, including one of the first electronic publications, The Computer Industry Daily. Her articles have been published by The Boston Globe, The Christian Science Monitor, Reuters, United Press International, The Asian Wall Street Journal, ScienceBusiness, Science magazine and many others. She also has won numerous journalism fellowships and awards including the Knight Science Journalism Fellowship at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Lori enjoys bicycling, snowshoeing, gardening and traveling.

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National property restoration company plans Portland presence

PuroClean Systems LLC, a Tamarac, Fla.-based franchise company that cleans and restores property damaged by fire, water or other disasters, plans to...

Bar Harbor labs make advances with major diseases

Researchers at The Jackson Laboratory and the MDI Biological Laboratory have separately made recent advances in understanding the basics of two of...

Mainers' thirst for craft beer continues as brewers pour $228M into economy

There's no sign of Maine's craft brew business tapping out any time soon, with brewers continuing their upward momentum, having made a $227.95...

CashStar co-founder starts digital platform for local foods

David Stone's sixth startup, Forager, aims to bring farmers and local grocers into the digital age by tracking everything from procurement to payment...

GlobEcoMaine aims to replace the kitchen sponge

Phil Pastore, founder and managing director of GlobEcoMaine LLC, knew he had a good idea when he realized wood pulp could be made into strong cloth...

Unifying 'town' and 'gown': Colby College President David A. Greene spearheads $65M investment effort

Before his official inauguration as president of Colby College in July 2014, David A. Greene accepted the college's board of trustees'...

CEI presents 'Opportunity Award' to St. Croix Tissue

Braving Tuesday's nor'easter to attend CEI's annual meeting in Brunswick, St. Croix Tissue Inc., was awarded CEI's “2017 Award for Expanding...

CEI parent sees total assets rise, slight income decline in 2016

CEI reported total income for fiscal 2016 of $10.3 million, down from 2015's $10.7 million, but a rise in total assets to $86.6 million over last...

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