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You can get there from here with new fish-and-game apps

Recreational fishing and hunting just got smarter with the development of two mobile apps that link to state regulations and provide detailed directions to Maine’s myriad ponds and lakes and...

Custom Composite Technologies at cutting edge of growing industry

Lori Valigra |

Steve Hassett, president of small Bath-based Custom Composite Technologies Inc., started as a wooden boat builder, but has maneuvered from that historic Maine industry into a new one in which the...

Bangor startup applies new 3-D technology to accelerate the shoe-making process

Lori Valigra |

Bangor startup L&K Manufacturing, doing business as Cobbler Technologies, has found that sport shoe makers around the globe are looking for ways to make shoe soles cheaper, faster. That's where 3-D...

Vitamin helps prevent certain vision loss, JAX researchers find

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Taking vitamin B3 in water may slow or prevent the slow vision loss from glaucoma, an eye disease that eventually leads to blindness and has no cure currently, researchers at Jackson Laboratory found.

Gorham manufacturer adding jobs to keep pace with record sales

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MEGA Industries, a Gorham manufacturer of high-power microwave components, reported record revenues of $12 million, a 32% gain from a year earlier. The workforce increased by 20% last year, to 60...

Norway Savings beefs up cybersecurity

Renee Cordes |

Norway Savings Bank has switched to a new domain name designed to boost online security and guard against cybercrime.

Bill would address dwindling broadband subsidy for schools, libraries

With revenues dwindling that support more than 900 schools and libraries across the state to pay for high-speed broadband connections, state Rep. Marty Grohman, D-Biddeford, has proposed legislation...

WEX tops $1B in revenue for 2016

James McCarthy |

WEX Inc. (NYSE:WEX) is now a $1 billion company, joining an elite group of Maine companies that that have reached that milestone, including L.L.Bean, IDEXX and Hannaford.

Engineering News-Record names Dagher a 'Top 25 Newsmaker'

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Habib Dagher, executive director of the University of Maine’s Advanced Structures and Composites Center, has been named one of 2016’s Top 25 Newsmakers by Engineering News-Record.

Grant provides support for Mainers seeking digital careers

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The University of New England Academy of Digital Sciences has been chosen as a learning provider by Coastal Counties Workforce Inc., which together with Educate Maine, received a $4 million U.S.

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