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  • Molecular beacons shine light on how cells 'crawl'

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    24 Oct 2014 | 7:44 am
    Chemists have devised a method using DNA-based tension probes to zoom in at the molecular level and measure and map how cells mechanically sense their environments, migrate and adhere to things.
  • National Synchrotron Light Source II Achieves 'First Light'

    Nanotechnology Now Recent News
    26 Oct 2014 | 12:28 am
    The National Synchrotron Light Source II detects its first photons, beginning a new phase of the facility's operations. Scientific experiments at NSLS-II are expected to begin before the end of the ye...
  • DoE Awards UH Researcher $1.5 Million Grant to Produce Efficient, Inexpensive Thin Film Photovoltaics

    AZoNano.com - Nanotechnology News Feed
    25 Oct 2014 | 6:29 am
    A University of Houston researcher is trying a novel approach to create high efficiency, low cost solar cells in an effort to bring the cost down to that of traditional electricity sources. Venkat...
  • NASA ultra-black nano-coating to be applied to 3-D new solar coronagraph

    Nanotechnology News -- ScienceDaily
    24 Oct 2014 | 4:34 pm
    An emerging super-black nanotechnology that is to be tested for the first time this fall on the International Space Station will be applied to a complex, 3-D component critical for suppressing stray light in a new, smaller, less-expensive solar coronagraph designed to ultimately fly on the orbiting outpost or as a hosted payload on a commercial satellite.
  • SpaceX ship leaves ISS for Earth loaded with lab results

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    25 Oct 2014 | 9:52 am
    SpaceX's unmanned Dragon spacecraft left the International Space Station to return to Earth on Saturday after a month in orbit, NASA said.
 
 
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  • NASA ultra-black nano-coating to be applied to 3-D new solar coronagraph

    24 Oct 2014 | 4:34 pm
    An emerging super-black nanotechnology that is to be tested for the first time this fall on the International Space Station will be applied to a complex, 3-D component critical for suppressing stray light in a new, smaller, less-expensive solar coronagraph designed to ultimately fly on the orbiting outpost or as a hosted payload on a commercial satellite.
  • Molecular beacons shine light on how cells 'crawl'

    24 Oct 2014 | 8:19 am
    Chemists have devised a method using DNA-based tension probes to zoom in at the molecular level and measure and map how cells mechanically sense their environments, migrate and adhere to things.
  • Three-dimensional metamaterials with a natural bent

    24 Oct 2014 | 5:26 am
    Scientists have succeeded in creating a large metamaterial, up to 4 mm x 4 mm2 in size, that is essentially isotropic, using a type of metamaterial element called a split-ring resonator.
  • Molecular structure of water at gold electrodes revealed

    23 Oct 2014 | 11:23 am
    Researchers have recorded the first observations of the molecular structure of liquid water at a gold electrode under different battery charging conditions.
  • First protein microfiber engineered: New material advances tissue engineering and drug delivery

    23 Oct 2014 | 8:10 am
    Researchers have broken new ground in the development of proteins that form specialized fibers used in medicine and nanotechnology. For as long as scientists have been able to create new proteins that are capable of self-assembling into fibers, their work has taken place on the nanoscale. For the first time, this achievement has been realized on the microscale -- a leap of magnitude in size that presents significant new opportunities for using engineered protein fibers.
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  • SpaceX ship leaves ISS for Earth loaded with lab results

    25 Oct 2014 | 9:52 am
    SpaceX's unmanned Dragon spacecraft left the International Space Station to return to Earth on Saturday after a month in orbit, NASA said.
  • Russia turns back clocks to permanent Winter Time

    25 Oct 2014 | 9:51 am
    Russia on Sunday is set to turn back its clocks to winter time permanently in a move backed by President Vladimir Putin, reversing a three-year experiment with non-stop summer time that proved highly unpopular.
  • UN climate talks shuffle to a close in Bonn

    25 Oct 2014 | 9:51 am
    Concern was high at a perceived lack of urgency as UN climate negotiations shuffled towards a close in Bonn on Saturday with just 14 months left to finalise a new, global pact.
  • Microsoft beefs up security protection in Windows 10

    25 Oct 2014 | 5:10 am
    What Microsoft users in business care deeply about—-a system architecture that supports efforts to get their work done efficiently; a work-centric menu to quickly access projects rather than weather readings and movie trailers; and an architecture that helps protect their identity and information. Small wonder that Microsoft is talking up the security feature of its next-generation Windows 10 operating system. Its security measures are impressive in delivering two-factor authentication and other safeguards against malware and data theft.
  • Spain defends Canaries oil drilling plan

    24 Oct 2014 | 4:40 pm
    Spain on Friday launched a legal challenge to defend plans to explore for oil and gas off the Canary Islands, a popular tourist destination.
 
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  • 12:27 Rusnano representatives discuss issues of nanotechnology in Kyrgyzstan

    25 Oct 2014 | 10:23 am
    On October 23, Bishkek held a working meeting of representatives of Rusnano corp. with the representatives of ministries, companies and businesses in Kyrgyzstan.
  • Hybrid Dendrimer Hydrogel/PLGA Nanoparticle Platform Sustains Drug...

    25 Oct 2014 | 6:41 am
    We report a novel hybrid polyamidoamine dendrimer hydrogel/poly nanoparticle platform for codelivery of two antiglaucoma drugs, brimonidine and timolol maleate. This platform was not cytotoxic to human corneal epithelial cells.
  • NASA ultra-black nano-coating to be applied to 3-D new solar coronagraph

    25 Oct 2014 | 2:56 am
    An emerging super-black nanotechnology that is to be tested for the first time this fall on the International Space Station will be applied to a complex, 3-D component critical for suppressing stray light in a new, smaller, less-expensive solar coronagraph designed to ultimately fly on the orbiting outpost or as a hosted payload on a commercial satellite. An emerging super-black nanotechnology that is to be tested for the first time this fall on the International Space Station will be applied to a complex, 3-D component critical for suppressing stray light in a new, smaller, less-expensive…
  • How Human Will Posthumans Be? with David Roden

    24 Oct 2014 | 11:14 pm
    It is common to imagine posthumans as humans made superhumanly intelligent or resilient by future advances in nanotechnology, biotechnology, information technology and cognitive science. Many argue that these enhanced people might live better lives; others fear that tinkering with our nature will undermine our sense of our own humanity.
  • RIT student wins coveted SMART Scholarship from Department of Defense

    24 Oct 2014 | 7:21 pm
    Upon graduation these scholars are hired as research staff at defense laboratories around the country to increase the number of civilian scientists and engineers in this capacity. Crompton, who received the award this fall, is in the microsystems engineering Ph.D. program in RIT's Kate Gleason College of Engineering and is a research assistant in the university's NanoPower Research Labs working on advancing lithium-ion battery technology.
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  • Grant program to support nanotechnology and other infrastructure

    Jim Lewis
    25 Oct 2014 | 1:50 pm
    GENI is a fast, open, next-generation network for exploring future internets at a national scale. Credit: Nicolle Rager Fuller, National Science Foundation Gayle Pergamit writes with news of a US National Science Foundation initiative that “addresses one of the big problems that we talked about at the [Foresight Directed/Programmable Matter for Energy Workshop]: not having enough processor power. This will be a huge boost to getting true nanotech done.” The new initiative builds upon a June 2012 Executive Order to make broadband construction faster and cheaper. From the NSF press…
  • Light-driven molecular flapping emits white light

    Jim Lewis
    10 Oct 2014 | 5:47 pm
    A phosphorescent molecular butterfly that can generate dual (white) emission upon photoexcitation (credit: M. Han et al./Angewandte Chemie) Speaking of improving energy supply and usage through improved precision in the control of matter, Kurzweil Accelerating Intelligence News reports a butterfly-shaped molecule that changes molecular structure upon photoexcitation, shortening the distance between two platinum atoms, producing both red and greenish-blue emission, resulting in white light production. From “‘Butterfly’ molecule could lead to new sensors, photoenergy…
  • Foresight Directed/Programmable Matter for Energy Workshop

    Jim Lewis
    10 Oct 2014 | 2:01 pm
    Foresight has had a long-term interest in the directed evolution of nanoscale science and technology toward productive nanosystems and atomically precise manufacturing (see, for example, the 2007 Technology Roadmap for Productive Nanosystems and the 2013 conference Illuminating Atomic Precision). Foresight has also had a parallel interest in integrating incremental advances in nanotechnology to meet pressing human needs (see, for example, the Foresight Nanotechnology Challenges and the 2014 conference The Integration Conference). Bringing together these parallel interests, a recent…
  • A Breakthrough in 3D Imaging by EM Alone

    Stephanie C
    8 Oct 2014 | 9:40 am
    Credit: Azubel-fig The need for improved imaging and characterization on the nanoscale was emphasized in the 2007 Roadmap and again at the 2013 Foresight Conference on Atomic Precision. We noted last year a new advancement in atomic-scale resolution of 10-nm platinum particles, requiring multiple imaging techniques in combination, and recently the marked improvement in optical imaging for characterization of biological machinery at 1-nm. Now researchers at Stanford University successfully used high-resolution electron microscopy alone to characterize 1-nm gold nanoparticles (containing 68…
  • Tailoring the shapes of organic molecules by assembly-line synthesis

    Jim Lewis
    3 Oct 2014 | 4:18 pm
    The image shows a hypothetical molecular assembly line where reagents are effectively added to a growing carbon chain with extraordinary high fidelity and precision. By controlling the precise orientation of the building blocks added to the carbon chain, the conformation of the molecule can be controlled so that it adopts a helical (shown) or linear shape. Credit: Amber Webster, www.amberlwebster.com To develop a productive nanosystem for molecular manufacturing/atomically precise manufacturing it would be very useful to have a nanoscale assembly line. A month ago we posted here about a proof…
 
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  • NASA ultra-black nano-coating to be applied to 3-D new solar coronagraph

    25 Oct 2014 | 1:34 am
    An emerging super-black nanotechnology that is to be tested for the first time this fall on the International Space Station will be applied to a complex, 3-D component critical for suppressing stray light in a new, smaller, less-expensive solar coronagraph designed to ultimately fly on the orbiting outpost or as a hosted payload on a commercial satellite.
  • Global Microscopes Market

    23 Oct 2014 | 4:20 pm
    LONDON, Oct. 23, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- This report analyzes the worldwide markets for Microscopes in US$ Million/Thousands by the following Product Segments: Optical Microscopes, Charged Particle Microscopes, ...
  • Global Nanotechnology Market

    23 Oct 2014 | 1:35 pm
    NEW YORK, Oct. 23, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- This report analyzes the worldwide markets for Nanotechnology in US$ Billion by the following End-Use Sectors: Chemicals, Automotive, Aerospace & Defense, Semiconductors ...
  • Research and Markets: Nanotechnology - 2014 Global Strategic Business Report

    23 Oct 2014 | 2:16 am
    Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "Nanotechnology - Global Strategic Business Report" report
  • Photos: Hands-on learning

    22 Oct 2014 | 10:54 pm
    Kids got free hands-on lessons in science and technology Wednesday at miSci in Schenectady. The activities included electricity demonstrations, nanotechnology activities, planetarium shows and interactive exhibits. The program was offered in partnership with Afterschool Works! NY as part of the national initiative organized by the Afterschool Alliance and supported by the Association of Science ...
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  • Solid nanoparticles can deform like a liquid

    25 Oct 2014 | 12:00 am
    Nanoparticles can act like liquid on the outside and crystal on the inside.
  • DNA nano-foundries cast custom-shaped metal nanoparticles

    24 Oct 2014 | 12:00 am
    Researchers at the Wyss Institute for Biologically Inspired Engineering at Harvard University have unveiled a new method to form tiny 3-D metal nanoparticles in prescribed shapes and dimensions using DNA, Nature's building block, as a construction mold. The Wyss team's findings, described in a paper titled 'Casting Inorganic Structures with DNA Molds,' were published today in Science.
  • Nanoparticles get a magnetic handle

    23 Oct 2014 | 12:00 am
    Glowing nanoparticles can be manipulated using magnetic fields.
  • Nanoparticle research could enhance drug delivery through skin

    22 Oct 2014 | 12:00 am
    Scientists at the University of Southampton have identified key characteristics that enhance a nanoparticle's ability to penetrate skin, in a milestone study which could have major implications for the delivery of drugs.
  • All that glitters is... slimy? Gold nanoparticles measure the stickiness of snot

    21 Oct 2014 | 12:00 am
    Researchers at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill have developed a way to use gold nanoparticles and light to measure the stickiness of mucus in the airways. Their research, being presented at Frontiers in Optics, could help doctors better monitor and treat lung diseases such as cystic fibrosis and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease.
 
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  • Postdoc in “Conductive 3D cell scaffolds for environmental toxicology and bioremediation” - DTU Nanotech

    TINC
    21 Oct 2014 | 9:18 am
    Applications are invited for the fully funded 3 year postdoctoral scholarship ‘Conductive 3D cell scaffolds for environmental toxicology and bioremediation’. The postdoctoral scholarship is part of the VKR Young investigator grant ‘Intelligent 3D cell scaffolds for environmental applications’ funded by the Villum Foundation. The aim of the overall project is to develop a new generation of 3D carbon scaffolds. The electrically conductive structures will allow for bioelectrochemical monitoring of cells exposed to environmental pollutants. In parallel, the potential of the developed 3D…
  • PhD in Stem Cell Biology - UCL, UK

    TINC
    21 Oct 2014 | 9:00 am
    A 3 year PhD studentship is available at the Centre for Regenerative Medicine and Nanotechnology at University College London (UCL). Founded in 1826, UCL, placed fourth in the QS World University Rankings 2013/14, and is one of the world’s leading universities focused on research excellence and teaching. The studentship, based in the laboratory of Dr. Ashleigh Boyd, is focused on stem cell biology. Stem cell biology research has the potential to revolutionize the clinical armamentarium for debilitating diseases caused by ageing, organ failure and cancer. Dr. Boyd’s laboratory is studying…
  • S.N. Bose National Centre for Basic Sciences recruitment for Project Assistant Materials Science in Kolkata

    TINC
    20 Oct 2014 | 10:29 am
    Location : Kolkata Last Date : 07 Nov 2014 Job Type : Full Time Hiring Process : Face to Face Interview SNB/60.1/14-15/ Project Assistant Jobs recruitment in S.N. Bose National Centre for Basic Sciences    Project Title : “Uses of metal-organic network compounds as precursors for the formation of nano-sized ceramic oxides : Spinel and Perovskite”. Qualification : M.Sc in Material Science/ Chemistry/ Physics with minimum 55% marks. Desirable : NET/GATE/JEST qualified. Experience : Knowledge of handling chemicals and basic apparatus/infrastructure/instruments required for solid/solution…
  • PhD Research Fellowship in semiconductor physics - University of Oslo

    TINC
    20 Oct 2014 | 10:24 am
    The University of Oslo is Norway’s largest institution of research and education with 28 000 students and 7000 employees. Its broad range of academic disciplines and internationally esteemed research communities make UiO an important contributor to society. The Centre for Materials Science and Nanotechnology (SMN) is an interdisciplinary focus field for material and energy research at the University of Oslo. SMN has focused on basic research in renewable energy and environmentally friendly use of fossil energy sources. The center consists of research groups from the Department of Physics…
  • Research Associate in in First-Principles Design of Active Materials

    TINC
    20 Oct 2014 | 10:21 am
    The post focuses on using Density Functional Theory (DFT), molecular dynamics, dynamics mean field theory (DMFT), and/or Quantum Monte Carlo (QMC) to design and predict properties of new active materials that interconvert energy, such as ferroelectrics, multiferroics, non-linear optics materials, and photovoltaics. The post is funded by the European Research Council Advanced Grant ToMCaT (Theory of Mantle, Core, and Technological Materials, http://www.ucl.ac.uk/earth-sciences/research/tomcat) for two years in the first instance. This position is in collaboration with the Thomas Young Centre…
 
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  • Building Scientific Bridges to Support EPA’s New Chemical Testing Programs

    Jennifer McPartland
    24 Oct 2014 | 9:50 am
    By Jennifer McPartlandJennifer McPartland, Ph.D., is a Health Scientist. Readers of this blog are acutely aware of the dearth of data available for tens of thousands of chemicals in U.S. commerce today.  This state of ignorance reflects legal and resource constraints as well as the “challenge” of continuously integrating advancements in our scientific understanding of human health and disease into the way we assess chemical toxicity. Fortunately, federal efforts to develop new chemical testing approaches, such as the high-throughput screening programs ToxCast and Tox21, offer a great…
  • More than skin-deep: Have we underestimated the role of dermal exposures to BPA?

    Lindsay McCormick
    23 Oct 2014 | 10:44 am
    By Lindsay McCormickLindsay McCormick is a Research Analyst.  Richard Denison, Ph.D. is a Lead Senior Scientist Bisphenol A (BPA) is an endocrine-disrupting chemical, and has been associated with health effects such as premature puberty and developmental neurotoxicity.  Massive quantities of BPA – about 10 billion pounds and rising – are produced each year, making it one of the highest volume chemicals in commerce.  For that reason alone, it may not be surprising that scientists find BPA in the urine of nearly all people they test.  It has generally been thought that exposure to BPA…
  • What’s the path forward on TSCA reform?

    Richard Denison
    15 Oct 2014 | 8:56 am
    By Richard DenisonRichard Denison, Ph.D. is a Lead Senior Scientist. Links to blog posts in this series:  Part 1     Part 2     Part 3 With two proposals to reform the Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA) now, more or less, on the streets, and with some time to contemplate what course reform efforts might follow, it is important to consider what it will take to actually pass legislation into law. Regardless of what happens in the elections this November, the only viable path forward I see is a strongly bipartisan one. The negotiations over the Chemical Safety Improvement Act (CSIA)…
  • A hint of movement in the Super Slo-Mo that is nanoregulation at EPA under TSCA

    Richard Denison
    8 Oct 2014 | 2:18 pm
    By Richard DenisonRichard Denison, Ph.D. is a Lead Senior Scientist. Nearly 4 years ago, EPA sent to the White House Office of Management and Budget (OMB) a pair of draft proposed rules that would require reporting of certain information by makers of nanomaterials.  The proposed rules under the Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA) seemed by all measures to have fallen into a black nano-hole.  But earlier this week, a smidgen of movement was discernible on the EPA regulatory tracker entry for this long-dormant activity.  What appears to have happened is that EPA has withdrawn the original…
  • Newly listed carcinogens are all chemicals deeply embedded in US commerce

    Richard Denison
    3 Oct 2014 | 1:36 pm
    By Richard DenisonRichard Denison, Ph.D. is a Lead Senior Scientist.  [CORRECTION 10/4/14:  The company identified at the bottom of the table in this post as importing pentachlorophenol has been corrected to be KMG CHEMICALS; the original post had erroneously identified the company as ALBEMARLE.] Yesterday the National Toxicology Program (NTP) released its 13th Report on Carcinogens.  This periodic, Congressionally mandated report lists substances classified after a rigorous scientific review as either “known” or “reasonably anticipated” to be human carcinogens. The 13th report…
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  • Comparing Electric Car Monthly Lease Costs with Apple iPhones with Family Plans

    25 Oct 2014 | 11:00 am
    It is possible to find electric cars with monthly lease costs of $69-99 per month. These are usually leftovers from a prior year. Early in 2014, some Mitsubishi dealers went as low as $69 per month (for 24 months), with $2,100 down, on the 2013 I-MiEV. Currently there have been deals on Fiat 500e's in the $99 per month range.Some total costs of ownership calculations add about $120 per month to drive an electric car 1000 miles per month with electricity at 11 cents per kwh.This would be about $220 per month for those lower lease cost situations and the operating costs (not including…
  • Ocean current changes responsible for some ice ages and climate effects

    25 Oct 2014 | 10:24 am
    Rutgers researchers have found that circulation of the ocean plays an equally important role in regulating the earth’s climate as the atmosphere.In their study, the researchers say the major cooling of Earth and continental ice build-up in the Northern Hemisphere 2.7 million years ago coincided with a shift in the circulation of the ocean – which pulls in heat and carbon dioxide in the Atlantic and moves them through the deep ocean from north to south until it’s released in the Pacific.The ocean conveyor system, Rutgers scientists believe, changed at the same time as a major expansion…
  • China could maintain longterm GDP growth in the 5-6% range with successful reforms

    25 Oct 2014 | 10:16 am
    One analysis of China's economic reform concludes that China could still achieve 6% GDP growth in 2020. However, if economic reform fails then China would slow to 3% per year GDP growth or worse.We conclude that the overhaul is well conceived and showing movement, and that if fully implemented can sustain growth at 6% through 2020,” Rosen told the Global Markets Forum. “Keeping GDP at or above 6% though 2020 delivers a $14.4 trillion Chinese GDP, which supports $10 trillion in two-way financial flows and a Chinese trade deficit thanks to greater imports. That’s great for the region…
  • Tesla has sold fifty thousand model S electric cars

    24 Oct 2014 | 5:10 pm
    The Tesla Model S sold its 50,000th car almost as fast as the far cheaper Nissan Leaf The Tesla S has starting price of $70,000-plus and compare that the Leaf's base MSRP is just a bit over $30,000 before its 2013 price cut. Nissan sold its 50,000th Leaf a total of two years and two months after introducing the EV to dealerships.The Model Read more »
  • 10 Teraflops per FGPA chip and 100 GFlops per watt

    24 Oct 2014 | 3:32 pm
    Altera Corporation is a pioneer of programmable logic solutions and enabling systems. They are a leader with FPGAs.The field-programmable gate array (FPGA) is a semiconductor device that can be programmed after manufacturing. Instead of being restricted to any predetermined hardware function, an FPGA allows you to program product features and functions, adapt to new standards, and reconfigure hardware for specific applications even after the product has been installed in the field—hence the name "field-programmable". You can use an FPGA to implement any logical function that an…
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  • CEO Gary Gottlieb to leave Partners HealthCare next year

    Jessica Bartlett
    25 Oct 2014 | 6:56 am
    Gary Gottlieb, CEO of Partners HealthCare, announced he will be resigning next year to take the job as CEO with global health organization Partners In Health. In a letter to employees at 10 p.m. on Friday, Gottlieb said the opportunity to leave was not expected, but will allow him to focus his efforts on providing health care to the poorest and most vulnerable places in the world – a need only heightened by Ebola. "The importance of building great health care systems across the globe has been…
  • Report: Edwards Wildman to lose much of its IP practice in Boston

    Mary Moore
    24 Oct 2014 | 1:27 pm
    Edwards Wildman could be losing as many as 20 lawyers in its intellectual property practice in Boston as a result of a proposed merger with Locke Lord, according to a report by American Lawyer. The lawyers are moving to Mintz Levin Cohn Ferris Glovsky and Popeo, according to the trade publication. A local legal source interview by the BBJ said the move is more likely to affect 10 lawyers in Edwards Wildman's local IP practice. That would leave the firm with between 11 and 13 IP lawyers in Boston…
  • ​Pro-marijuana groups step up advocacy, awareness

    Jessica Bartlett
    24 Oct 2014 | 12:08 pm
    Mickey Martin opened the Northeastern Institute of Cannabis at the end of September, and already he has 50 people enrolled. The class, taught by the "Medical Marijuana 101" author himself, is intended to offer enrollees 50 hours of training through the 12-course program all about working in the marijuana industry, capped by a two-hour exam. Martin is one of the many looking to move the marijuana industry from the shadows into the light of legitimacy, yet it's an initiative running into problems. "I've…
  • Vantage finishes new headquarters for Halloran Consulting

    Eric Convey
    24 Oct 2014 | 11:44 am
    Vantage Builders says it has completed a new headquarters on Summer Street in Boston's Innovation District Halloran Consulting, a management-consulting company focused on the life sciences industry. The offices occupy 6,200 square feet on the top floor of the building owned by Bill and Gary Vanderweil. "We had outgrown our previous office in Waltham and moving to the Innovation District placed us much closer to our life sciences clients, many of whom are in either Boston or nearby Cambridge," Greg…
  • Buyer found for Beverly's historic Cabot Cinema

    Eric Convey
    24 Oct 2014 | 11:12 am
    The Cabot Cinema, a landmark in downtown Beverly for decades, has been sold. The historic building with an ornate vaudevillian theater inside fetched $1.2 million, according to documents filed at the South Essex Registry of Deeds. The buyer was a newly created company called Cabot Street Theatre LLC. The Salem News, which first reported the transaction, said one of the buyers is Henry Bertolon but that Bertolon declined to provide details when asked at the site. Incorporating documents for the…
 
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