DULUTH, GA -- More than 200 students from 42 veterinary schools in the U.S. and six other countries will forego vacation this summer and spend time in labs and classrooms. They will conduct hands-on research, network with academic and industry leaders and develop presentations of their research that they will share at a symposium in Boston in late July.
Science & Technology
FARMINGTON, CT -- One of the many questions surrounding the pending merger between UTC and Massachusetts-headquartered Raytheon, announced almost simultaneously with this year’s Special Olympics, is what happens next year? Will the merged company, Raytheon Technologies, continue to support nonprofit organizations in Connecticut to the extent that UTC has, in many instances, for decades. That remains a question not only at Special Olympics, but at nonprofit organizations large and small throughout the state.
WINSTED, CT -- Students at Northwestern Connecticut Community College, including local high schoolers, will be able to reap the benefits of new scientific equipment after a $35,000 grant was supplied by the Northwest Connecticut Community Foundation.
FARMINGTON, CT -- United Technologies Corp., a leader in aerospace and building technologies, announced a strategic partnership with Girls Who Code as part of a comprehensive effort to help address the under-representation of women and minorities in the technology sector.
HARTFORD, CT -- United Technologies Corporation (UTC) is once again the Presenting Sponsor of FIRSTNew England Hartford Event and the New England District Championship. This is UTC’s 24th season sponsoring FIRST providing support and mentors to hundreds of teams across in the United States and across the world.
WEST HARTFORD, CT The University of Saint Joseph (USJ) today announced that it is a recipient of a $64,000 grant from the Connecticut Health & Educational Facilities Authority (CHEFA), which will be used to purchase cutting-edge laboratory equipment for biomedical teaching and research.